PM Modi likely to hold virtual meetings with states over Covid situation, vaccine distribution plan

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News video: ‘Ramp up cold storage facilities for Covid vaccines’: PM Modi tells CMs

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged state governments to start work on cold storage facilities during his meeting with Chief Ministers to discuss the Covid crisis. ‘Today I spoke to chief ministers of states where the situation is deteriorating. Discussions over the status and distribution of...

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