Odisha may see gradual unlocking based on the Test Positivity Rates (TPR) of various districts. This information was shared by the Odisha Health Services Director, Bijay Mohapatra on Saturday (June 12).
With the announced lockdown in Odisha coming to an end on June 17th, all eyes are now on State government’s decision on reopening. During a review meeting recently, CM Naveen Patnaik instructed officials to prepare the blueprint of unlocking in the state.
The decision regarding reopening will be taken only after reviewing the situation before June 17. This was informed by Odisha Public Health Director Niranjan Mishra on Friday (June 11). Mishra stated that even though the cases are reducing, the decision to unlock the state will be taken only after reviewing the situation after the Raja festival.
Students in Odisha will be attending live classes on YouTube in a routine manner starting from June 21, 2021. As per the Odisha School Education Program Authority, the students of different classes will be attending classes under this arrangement.
These little kids from Radhanagar village under Rasulpur Block of Jajpur are doing their bit to spread awareness among their own villagers. The children with their adorable acting have captured the hearts and attention of everyone in their village.
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Tuesday (June 8) announced a financial package for the street-vendors who have been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. The street vendors have been adversely affected by the frequent shutdowns and lockdowns imposed to contain the spread of Coronavirus.
The Covid Test Positivity Rate (TPR) in Odisha has dropped to below 10 per cent due to keen surveillance - Odisha Health Services Director Bijay Mohapatra said this on Sunday
Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) will vaccinate students studying in foreign countries and have to fly abroad. Speaking about the Covid-19 vaccination drive, Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) Commissioner, Sanjay Singh, announced that students residing in the BMC area, who have to move abroad, will now be able to get the vaccine.
Odisha government will soon constitute a panel to finalize the evaluation criteria for Plus-2 examinations conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), Odisha. Odisha School & Mass Education minister Samir Ranjan Dash stated on Saturday that an expert team comprising of senior educationists and CHSE officials will be formed within 15 days.
Though Odisha witnessed a decline in daily Covid-19 cases, the fatalities in the state refused to relent as 40 more people succumbed to the virus in the last 24 hours.