Diwali Firecrackers May Lead To Rise In Covid Cases: Odisha Top Health Official
The new variant of Covid-19 virus, being called as Delta 'Plus' is in negligible numbers in India. Chief of Odisha Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET), CBK Mohanty shared this information on Monday (Oct 25).
There were projections of a third wave hitting Odisha before the winter, but situation doesn’t indicate so. While schools are reopening for Classes 8 and 11 next week, the government is contemplating kicking-off offline teaching for students of other classes after the Durga puja vacations.
In view of high test positivity rate & number of active cases, Khordha district has been marked as a red zone district. This information was shared by Odisha’s Directorate of Medical Education & Training (DMET), Chief, CBK Mohanty.
Crowding at markets during this festive season is really worrisome. Flagging concerns over it, DMET chief CBK Mohanty has urged people to follow Covid-appropriate behaviour during the festive season.
Even though a slight rise in Covid-19 cases had been observed in Bhubaneswar, the Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty termed it to be normal fluctuation.
There are less chances of Covid-19 infection proliferating during the winter season, chief of DMET (Directorate of Medical Education and Training), CBK Mohanty said this on Monday (Oct 4).
As per the Supreme Court's directive, Odisha government will soon be providing a compensation of Rs 50,000 to the families of Covid-19 victims. This information was share by the Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty on Tuesday (Sept 28).
Odisha government will be forced to shut schools in the state, if the Covid-19 cases among children increase. This information was given by Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty on Tuesday (Sept 7).
With a decline in the Covid-19 infection graph in Odisha, health officials in the State said the situation is gradually improving in the Twin Cities of Cuttack and Bhubaneswar.
Predictions on Corona's third wave by various models are not completely reliable, stated Directorate of Medical Education & Training Chief, CBK Mohanty on Wednesday (Aug 25).
The rising cases of Covid-19 among children have added fuel to the fear of more children getting infected in the next wave.
Children developing symptoms will be immediately given treatment and then tested for Covid-19.
DMET (Directorate of Medical Education and Training) director Dr CBK Mohanty today said that the third wave may not make any impact in Odisha due to mass vaccination
DMET (Directorate of Medical Education and Training) Director Dr CBK Mohanty said that R-value (reproductive number of coronavirus cases) is currently below one percent in Odisha
The Health Department has directed all the government-run hospitals to open dedicated dengue wards to deal with the situation
DMET director Dr CBK Mohanty said that time for a complete unlock has not yet emerged in the State as the pandemic is not over
Sources said that the Covid situation has come under control in most of the districts with a drastic dip in the daily cases. Still, some coastal regions including Puri, Cuttack and Khurdha of which State Capital Bhubaneswar is a part, are still a reason for concern.
Director of Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Dr. CBK Mohanty cautioned people to be alert and adhere to the Covid guidelines strictly to avoid the third wave of Covid-19
Odisha government will review unlock measures only after assessing the present pandemic situation in the state. DMET (Directorate of Medical Education and Training) Chief, CBK Mohanty informed this on Monday (June 14).
Bhubaneswar: Amid the surge of Covid-19 in some states in the country of late, the Odisha government on Saturday cautioned people to follow the pandemic protocol strictly in order to avoid the possible return of lockdown situation in the State. “We can’t rule out the likelihood of a re-imposition of lockdown if people don’t take […]
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