Gehlot made the remarks during a video conference with representatives and employees of various organizations.
In this time of crisis, ''Rajasthan is vigilant'' and working with a motto that nobody sleeps hungry, he said.
He said for almost six months, the government has been continuously communicating with all sections of the society, including public representatives, social workers, entrepreneurs, religious leaders, who have helped them in fighting the pandemic.
The government has roped in people from the state capital level to the remote gram panchayats to fight COVID-19, he said.
Saving lives is the duty of the government, he said, adding Rajasthan is the first state to provide an insurance cover of Rs 50 lakh to the government and non-government personnel working as Corona warriors.
He said the plasma therapy has been started in the state to treat severe corona patients.
So far, about 115 people have been given this therapy, he said, while urging people to donate plasma.
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