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7 Points announced by PM Modi to beat Covid-19: 'Saptapadi' promises to overcome Coronavirus

Seven Points or Promises to combat Coronavirus: PM Modi has extended lockdown till May 3, 2020 in India. PM Narendra Modi gives out 7 Mantras to combat with the COVID-19 pandemic. Know these mantras here.

Apr 14, 2020 18:29 IST
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Coronavirus Saptapadi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 14, 2020 extended the nationwide lockdown till May 3, 2020 after taking into account the recent state of Coronavirus outbreak in India. As of now, the total number of Coronavirus positive cases in India has crossed 10000 mark. 

Beginning his speech by thanking people for their disciplined and united approach during the lockdown, PM Modi concluded by giving out 'Saptapadi', 7 Mantras or key guidelines to deal with the impact of COVID-19 pandemic. PM Modi urged every citizen to follow these seven guidelines in order to contain the spread of the contagious virus in a more inclusive way. 

These Seven Mantras or Saptapadi are:

Seven Mantras OR 'Saptapadi' to combat COVID-19

1. Look after the senior citizens and elderly at home; especially those who have pre-existing ailments

Coronavirus 7 Guidelines

2. Follow Lockdown and Social Distancing rules; Use homemade masks

Coronavirus 7 Guidelines

3. Boost your immunity through guidelines issued by AYUSH Ministry

Coronavirus 7 Guidelines

4. Download 'Aarogya Setu' mobile app 

Coronavirus 7 Guidelines

5. Help poor and needy families by providing food & shelter

Coronavirus 7 Guidelines

6. In our industries, be compassionate towards colleagues; avoid job cuts and pay cuts 

Coronavirus 7 Guidelines

7. Show respect to corona warriors including doctors, healthcare workers, sanitation workers, police and others 

Coronavirus 7 rules

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