Dr Vaishali, 48, said the reason the family could emerge from Covid-19 successfully was due to their vaccination doses, medical knowledge, catching the symptoms in time and getting prompt treatment.
The extended partial lockdown will come to an end at 6 am on August 1.
India on Wednesday recorded 43,654 fresh cases of Covid-19 with 640 deaths, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare data showed.
The current global caseload and death toll stood at 195,265,112, and 4,176,605, respectively, according to the CSSE.
These immediate onset mRNA vaccine reactions may not be mechanistically caused by classic allergy, called immediate hypersensitivity or Ig-E-mediated hypersensitivity, the researchers explained.
The Covid-19 graph, especially in Bhubaneswar, is high which is mainly due to the floating population and influx of people into the Smart City from other parts of the State
India on Tuesday recorded 29,689 new Covid-19 cases, less than the 30,000-mark in 132 days, and 415 deaths, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare data showed.
The Covid positive tally in Odisha also rose to 9,70,814 after as many as 1,629 people tested positive for the virus on Tuesday.
US continues to be the worst-hit country with the world's highest number of cases and deaths at 35,287,269 and 627,039, respectively.
In the viral video, a large crowd is seen in the lunch venue at Amrutula village, native of Swain, in Ganjam district. The villagers are seen queueing up at the venue while no Covid norms including social distancing and use of mask were followed.
State Public Health Director Niranjan Mishra said though the situation is gradually returning to normalcy, people should adhere to all Covid protocols as the next three months are crucial.
The cumulative COVID positive number in Odisha neared 10 Lakh mark as 1637 new positive cases were identified on Monday.
India now has 4,11,189 active cases and has witnessed a total of 4,20,967 deaths so far.
According to the CSSE, US continues to be the worst-hit country with the world's highest number of cases and deaths at 34,443,064 and 610,891, respectively.
As per a study published in medRxiv, Odisha has reported a massive 79 per cent excess deaths during the period of April -June 2021, which incidentally coincided with the Covid-19 second wave in the State