Distribute Free Ration, Give Tax Rebate To Small Businessmen To Combat COVID19 Impact: Rahul Gandhi

Mumbai: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said that the nation is fighting a war against coronaviruses and that two concrete strategies are needed to help two-day labourers to combat the disease.

He took to twitter and said, “Our country is fighting a war with #Coronavirus. Today the question is, what should we do so that fewer people lose their lives? The government has a huge responsibility to control the situation. I believe our strategy should be divided into two parts.”

Stressed that the government needed to stop the spread of coronavirus in urban areas by carrying out a large emergency temporary temporary test and some stages of construction. He said, “Wander off the 19 coves. Large-scale patient testing to prevent isolation and prevent infection. B. Immediate expansion. A large emergency temporary hospital in urban areas. Full ICU facility should be available in these medical areas.” They said. A series of tweets described the two parts.

Pointing to the adverse effects of lockdown, Gandhi said ” Daily wage workers need immediate help. There should be direct cash transfer into their account. Free ration should be available. Any delay in this will be disastrous. Business is at a standstill. There should be tax rebate; financial assistance should be given so that jobs are saved. Small businessmen should get government assurance,” he added.

On Wednesday, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said that the total number of positive coronavirus cases in India had risen to 606.

The total number of active COVID-19 cases in the country so far is 553, while the number of people recovering or discharged is 42.

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