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Australian MP Craig Kelly hails Adityanath's handling of Covid in UP

Monday, 12 July 2021 (20:01 IST)
Lucknow:Australian MP Craig Kelly has one again hailed Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Yogi’s Covid Management in the state and expressed desire to ‘loan’ him to ‘sort out the mess’ created by the fatal coronavirus in his country.
Taking to Twitter, Kelly said, “ Any chance they could loan us their Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to sort out the mess our hopelessly incompetent State Premiers have created.''
Craig Kelly commended the ‘efficient’ and ‘exceptional’ leadership of CM Yogi Adityanath and his efforts in successfully tackling the second wave of COVID-19.
A few days back, Australia’s federal independent Member of Parliament Kelly also praised the CM for successfully 'smashing' the ‘scary’ Delta variant of Covid-19. The Australian MP said that the state of Uttar Pradesh with a population of 23 crore curbed the second wave of the virus. The daily case count in Uttar Pradesh has come down to just 182.
Recently, Patrick Brauckmann, a Canadian Investor, lauded the UP Model of Covid Management referring to the effective leadership of Yogi Adityanath in ‘crushing the curve’. Brauckmann tweeted on his Twitter account, “Uttar Pradesh, the most populated state in India with 230 million souls with solid leadership from a Yogi was able to seasonality crush the curve”.
The key elements of the ‘UP Covid Model’ such as contact tracing, early detection, isolation and free and timely provision of medicine kits and treatment to the rural populace has also won laurels from several expert bodies such as World Health Organization (WHO) and NITI Aayog, asking other states to replicate the mechanism.
Uttar Pradesh's daily tally of Covid-19 cases have been on the downswing. Recoveries continued to outnumber new cases in the state. On Sunday, the state recorded a total of 96 cases. The recovery rate in the state now stands at 98.6 per cent.(UNI)

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