PM Modi address nation about Coronavirus

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation on coronavirus at 8pm on Thursday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to the nation on novel coronavirus comes at a time when the disease has claimed four lives in India and has infected over 180 people across the country. While India has implemented steep measures to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, knowns as Covid-19, PM Modi is expected to urge the public to remain calm and practice all directives being issued by the government, including social distancing and good hygiene. Several rumours are abound about a possible national lockdown, India Today TV has confirmed that these rumours are false. Stay with IndiaToday.in as we bring you the latest updates on PM Narendra Modi’s speech on coronavirus:

PM Modi begins address to nation

Entire world going through deep crisis: PM Modi

“My beloved countrymen, the entire world is going through a deep crisis. Usually, when a natural crisis comes, it is limited to some countries. But this time, this outbreak has put the entire mankind in danger,” PM Modi said in his opening remarks.

Not right to be complacent about pandemic like coronavirus: PM Modi

“In the last two months, 130 crore Indians have bravely faced a global pandemic like a coronavirus. All citizens have made earnest attempts to follow precautions. But since few days a perception has been made that everything is fine. However, it is not right to take a global pandemic like coronavirus lightly. All citizens need to maintain vigilance,” PM Modi said.

Need citizens to give me their time for next few weeks: PM Modi

PM Modi: Whenever I have asked something of Indians, I have never been disappointed. It is from all your blessings that we are moving towards our set goals. Today, I ask all citizens something. I need the coming few weeks from all. There has been no definite cure made to deal coronavirus, nor is there a vaccine. In such a situation, it is natural to be anxious.

PM Modi says government aware of growth curve of coronavirus in worst-hit countries

PM Modi: In these countries, after the initial few days, a sudden explosion of the disease has occurred. In these countries, the number of people infected with coronavirus has increased very rapidly. The Government of India is keeping a close watch on this track record of the spread of coronavirus.

Need citizens to give me their time for next few weeks: PM Modi

PM Modi: Whenever I have asked something of Indians, I have never been disappointed. It is from all your blessings that we are moving towards our set goals. Today, I ask all citizens something. I need the coming few weeks from all. There has been no definite cure made to deal coronavirus, nor is there a vaccine. In such a situation, it is natural to be anxious.

“In the last two months, 130 crore Indians have bravely faced a global pandemic like a coronavirus. All citizens have made earnest attempts to follow precautions. But since few days a perception has been made that everything is fine. However, it is not right to take a global pandemic like coronavirus lightly. All citizens need to maintain vigilance,” PM Modi said.

PM Modi says government aware of growth curve of coronavirus in worst-hit countries

PM Modi: In these countries, after the initial few days, a sudden explosion of the disease has occurred. In these countries, the number of people infected with coronavirus has increased very rapidly. The Government of India is keeping a close watch on this track record of the spread of coronavirus.

Wrong to think India will not be affected by coronavirus: PM Modi

Today when in large and developed countries, we are seeing the widespread impact of the coronavirus epidemic, it is wrong to believe it will not have any effect on India: PM

PM Modi’s 2 step solution to fight coronavirus :Resolve and patience

PM Modi: Hence, to combat this global epidemic, two major things are required: resolve and patience.

Citizens will have to follow directives of govt: PM Modi

Speaking to the nation, PM Modi said, “Today, 130 crore Indians will have to strengthen their resolve that they will perform their duties to fight this global pandemic, they will have to resolve to follow guidelines set out by state and central government.”

“If we are healthy, the world is healthy” says PM Modi

Telling Indians to step up to protect the country from the coronavirus pandemic, PM Modi said, “Today we have to take a pledge that we will save ourselves from getting infected and also save others from getting infected too. Friends, during such a global epidemic, only one mantra works: The world is healthy when we are healthy.

Practice restraint, follow social distancing: PM Modi to India

PM Modi tells Indians that they can show restraint by staying at home and not stepping out as much as possible during the coronavirus pandemic. “Social distancing measures are very important at this time,” he said

FOLLOW SELF-CURFEW ON MARCH 22: PM MODI

PM Modi: On 22nd March, from 7 am to 9pm, all countrymen have to follow ‘Janta Curfew’. Prime Minister Narendra Modi: If possible, please call at least 10 people every day and tell them about the ‘Janta Curfew’ as well as the measures to prevent coronavirus.

PM Modi advises people to work from home

PM Modi: I urge all countrymen, that for the next few weeks get out of your house only when it is very important. As much as possible, do your work whether related to business or office from home.

PM Modi asks senior citizens to not step out

All senior citizens in our family should not get out of houses: PM Narendra Modi.

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