Prime Minister Narendra Modi closed India for 21 days to free India from the Coronavirus on 24 March 2020. Bollywood’s gorgeous actress Priyanka Chopra came live on Instagram and spoke to the Director-General of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros. Where he answered the questions people asked about coronaviruses.
Priyanka Chopra asked the question, how will the corona be eradicated, on this question, Dr. Tedros said – we are trying our best to finish the corona, the corona will be eradicated very quickly with the strength and unity of all of us, that is why we get this disease Have to walk together
In response to a question, Dr. Tedros said – I am definitely a boss in WHO, but Maria is an expert. Some people also asked many questions in Priyanka Chopra’s life, one of which was the question of whether it is a medicine to cure coronavirus. In a few days, one thing is spreading in the social media that Corona has become a medicine for varus, in response to this question, Dr. Tedros said that so far only efforts are going on, many medicines have been made but they are not tested. was done
Coronavirus Affected countries report
All 195 countries of the world have been hit by Coronavirus. This has killed 18,559 people. 4 lakh 15 thousand 074 are infected. 1 lakh 8 thousand patients have also become healthy. Whereas according to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in India, till Tuesday night the number of infected has reached 536, while 10 people have died. Although 40 people have gone home completely healthy, while 469 patients are undergoing treatment.
These days, some Bollywood actors have also alerted the people on their Instagram account about ways to avoid coronavirus. Also, these 21 days did not go the load. To prevent the spread of coronaviruses, the country was put on lockdown by midnight on 14 April. Prime Minister Modi announced this in his address to the nation on Tuesday night. Just before his announcement, actor Arjun Kapoor shared a video on Instagram, in which he said the characteristics of his pet Dogi ‘Max’, saying that the government is expecting you to behave in the same way during a lockdown.