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COVID-19: Don't be careless when it comes to wearing masks, says PM Modi

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COVID-19: Don't be careless when it comes to wearing masks, says PM Modi

COVID-19: Don't be careless when it comes to wearing masks, says PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on October 13 said that the danger of Coronavirus still persists.

He urged the people of Maharashtra and countrymen to not to be careless in terms of wearing face masks and maintaining social distancing.

"The danger of Coronavirus still persists.

In Maharashtra, the situation is a little more worrying.

I appeal to everyone, don't be careless when it comes to wearing masks and social distancing.

Remember - 'Jab tak davai nahi, tab tak dheelai nahi'," said Modi.


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