After the homemade mask, Modi opts for 'Gamcha' during the address to the compatriots

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi In his speech to the nation on Tuesday, he was seen covering his mouth and nose with a traditional. ''

Modi's 'gamcha' was white with a red placed alongside a black and white pattern. At the beginning of the speech, he greeted the nation with a namaskar with the 'gamcha' covering his mouth and nose. He later took it off while addressing the nation.

Previously, in an interaction with the chief ministers of various states on Saturday, he was seen wearing a homemade mask as a precaution against.

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In his speech to the nation, the Prime Minister announced that the national blockade will last until May 3 and urged people to follow all the rules.

The total number of positive Coronavirus cases in India has increased to 10,363, including 8,988 active cases, 1,035 cured/discharged/migrated and 339 deaths, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said today.

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