Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday announced ‘Janata Curfew’ on Sunday as he labeled the nation on measures to fight coronavirus.
PM Modi requested to all Indians should be supported for the ‘Janata Curfew’. all Indians to stay at their home on Sunday between 7 am and 9pm to fight against corona virus.
Janta curfew for the people, janta curfew by the people, self imposed janta curfew on 22 March 2020. All citizens should follow the janta curfew. No one should step out from their houses. He asking to people for scarifies “some weeks of yours, some time of yours, to stay safe is to stay indoors.
PM Modi said to people in country to get out from their houses only in extremely necessary situations and do every work from home.
PM Modi addressed the nation on the outbreak of novel coronavirus, a deadly virus that has claimed approx 9,000 lives across the world and nearest 2 lakh people are infected.
He advised to every Indian to resolve fight against the Covid-19 and control by practicing social distancing and avoiding unnecessary rumors.
Here are the key lines that addressed by PM Modi on novel corona virus:
Resolve and restrain
PM Modi said that every Indian must do to fighting against the outbreak of novel corona virus with resolve and restraint.
Resolution and restraint are important action against this global epidemic. The people need to build up their resolve to follow the advisories issued by state and central governments to fight.
Don’t get out from their houses as possible
The PM asked citizens to stay at their home PM Modi said that social distancing was a crucial and effective method to ensure that deadly novel corona virus is contained.
"Everyone, except those in essential services like government jobs and medical facilities, must try to stay at home as much as possible.
Don't strain health care services
PM Narendra Modi said that people must avoid to going hospitals for routine health check-ups. If you need an urgent consult, try to get in touch with a family doctor or if possible to get a consult over the phone. But do not go to hospitals as it will put pressure on the health care facilities."