ILS Bhubaneswar Director said the fear of Covid has not abated completely and hence, people should not get complacent
As the entire nation remains in a state of high alert with the rising Covid cases, Odisha had issued a new set of guidelines to curb the spread of the virus on Wednesday. The new restrictions came into effect from today and will continue till February 1.
In the backdrop of the recent surge in COVID cases, especially the spike in positives related to Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Tuesday directed officials to keep the State's entire health infrastructure battle-ready to face the emerging situation.
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik expressed happiness over "yet another significant milestone" in the fight against coronavirus.
Odisha currently has 4,747 active cases, while as many as 10,27,108 patients, including 334 on Wednesday, have recovered from the highly infectious disease.
Doctors at the Chennai Apollo Hospitals breathed a new life into 24-year-old Odisha youth Amrit Pradhan who has been suffering from pneumonia and septicaemia in the lungs after testing positive for Covid-19 in June earlier this year.
The survey highlights that most of the pre-school and elementary school students have forgotten what was taught to them as the Anganwadi centres remained closed in the State during the pandemic. The pandemic has also slowed down the overall learning process of these children.
Ahead of the possible third wave of Coronavirus pandemic, the Odisha government has indirectly blamed the families for the surge in cases of Covid-19 among the children and adolescents under 18 year age groups.
In order to strengthen its fight-back mechanism ahead of a possible third wave of Covid pandemic, the Odisha government is setting up better laboratory testing infrastructure in districts across the State.
Senior BJP leader and Member of Parliament Basant Panda on Monday (May 17) blamed the state government for the alleged severe Covid mismanagement, especially in handling cases in the rural areas.
Capital Hospital Director Laxmidhar Sahu on Thursday said that the Covid-19 graph in Odisha is in a flattening mode at present but cautioned that if the curve does not make a downward trend, the government may have to ponder on extending the lockdown restrictions in the State.
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