Trivendra Singh Rawat assured affected people in the rain-hit areas of Pithoragarh of all support from the state government.
Rawat had earlier gone into self-quarantine for three days as a precaution on August 25 after one of his advisors had tested positive for COVID-19.
Meanwhile, the Congress in the state staged protests and burned effigies of the BJP government alleging inaction and complicity.
Leaders should do reverse migration: Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat on buying land in Gairsain
Political commentators termed the move, which is promoting reverse migration in the hilly areas, as a 'Masterstroke' to defang the opposition Congress in the state.
Sources from inside the government told TNIE that there are chances of change in portfolios of many current ministers.
This global snow leopard project seeks to identify at least 20 landscapes and secure them as protected areas for the species till the year 2020.
Trivendra Singh Rawat further stated that there is a great scope for investments in the IT sector in small towns, and also assured the company of all co-operation from Uttarakhand in this venture.
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said that the state government is aware of the problems faced by residents of border areas.
According to data by the Centre, recovery rate of the hill state from COVID-19 stands 80.85 per cent against national recovery rate of 62.42 per cent.
Officials said that every year Rs 150-200 crore was being spent on Chinese equipments in multiple power projects of the state.
Sources in the state government said that Uttarakhand is probably the first country to provide water connection at such a nominal fee.
Under the self-sufficient package, many provisions have been made by the Central government for the MSME sector.
The CM also directed the officials to create awareness among people about the necessity of using masks and social distancing.
The loans under the scheme will be provided by nationalised banks, scheduled commercial banks and co-operative banks, the chief minister said.
'The morale of our doctors and health workers standing in the front line will also increase,' the CMO statement said.