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Tag: Covid Pandemic

WHO Warns Covid Pandemic Not Over Amid Europe Case Reovid Pandemic Not Over Amid Europe Case Records
WHO Warns Covid Pandemic Not Over Amid Europe Case Records

The WHO's emergencies director, Mike Ryan, also warned that Omicron's increased transmissibility is likely to drive a rise in hospitalisations and deaths, especially in nations where fewer people are vaccinated.

Put Off OPSC Civil Services Main Exam, Aspirants Urge Odisha CM
Put Off OPSC Civil Services Main Exam, Aspirants Urge Odisha CM

The Odisha Civil Services (Main) Examination-2020 is slated to be conducted from January 20, 2022 to February 6, 2022 (Except 26.01.2022 & 05.02.2022).  

RBI Extends Deadline For Periodic KYC Update Till March 31
RBI Extends Deadline For Periodic KYC Update Till March 31

In May, the RBI had advised the regulated entities not to impose punitive restriction on operations of accounts of customers for their failure to comply with the KYC updation norms till December-end.

Indias Omicron Tally Rises To 358
BMC Imposes Restrictions On Christmas, New Year Festivities In Bhubaneswar; Know Guidelines

The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Friday issued a list of guidelines to be strictly followed by people during the Christmas and New Year festivities in the light of Odisha government's fresh restrictions to check surge in cases of infections by Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2.

COVID19 Pandemic Not Yet Over; Disaster Management Now A Reality & Major Challenge: General Naravane
COVID19 Pandemic Not Yet Over; Disaster Management Now A Reality & Major Challenge: General Naravane

PANEX-21 is unique as it is for the first time the exercise of this magnitude has been undertaken to review the mechanism and streamline the response strategy in the backdrop of pandemics.

People With Disabilities Among Hardest Hit By Pandemic: UN Chief
People With Disabilities Among Hardest Hit By Pandemic: UN Chief

About 80 per cent of people with disabilities live in developing countries, according to the UN. Nearly 46 per cent of people aged 60 and older have a disability.

Row Over NEET-PG Counselling
NEET-PG Counselling: What Protesting Doctors Have to Say

NEET-PG Counselling: What Protesting Doctors Have to Say

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Foreign Students Can Get Admission In CBSE-Affiliated Schools Without Prior Approval
Foreign Students Can Get Admission In CBSE-Affiliated Schools Without Prior Approval

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) said admissions can be provided to foreign students by the schools affiliated to it without seeking any prior approval.

17 More MBBS Students Test COVID Positive At Burla VIMSAR
17 More MBBS Students Test COVID Positive At Burla VIMSAR

As many as 17 more MBBS students were tested positive for Covid-19 at the Burla Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (VIMSAR) in Sambalpur on Wednesday.

Wuhan Scientists Were Studying Laos Bat Viral Samples Before Pandemic: Report
Wuhan Scientists Were Studying Laos Bat Viral Samples Before Pandemic: Report

Although the striking similarity between the two led to speculation that SARS-CoV-2 may have its origin in the Laos bat strain, but the distance of over 1,000 miles between the two countries shut the theory.

Covid Will Kill Another 1 Lakh People, Warns Germany's Top Virologist
Covid Will Kill Another 1 Lakh People, Warns Germany's Top Virologist

Sixteen million Germans over the age of 12 have not been fully vaccinated. The German government has admitted that it's unlikely to persuade many of those people now, and politicians worry that social divisions might deepen.

COVID Deaths
Odisha Govt Starts Process For Payment Of Covid Death Ex-Gratia

As per the notification issued by SRC, to make quick payment of such assistance, an online application platform — CAPS (Covid-19 Assistance Payment System) — has been developed by the IT Department.

$32.1 Billion Fund To Help Women, Newborns Hit By Covid Pandemic
$32.1 Billion Fund To Help Women, Newborns Hit By Covid Pandemic

The campaign coordinated by The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (PMNCH), based on a global Call to Action to protect women, children and adolescents.

ISCCM Urges Govt For Exclusive Critical Care Setups To Tackle Future Pandemics
ISCCM Urges Govt For Exclusive Critical Care Setups To Tackle Future Pandemics

The entire medical fraternity paid homage to the brave soldiers whose lives were unfairly cut short amid the pandemic and also pledged to support their bereaved families through their loss.

Covid Outbreak: Two Govt Offices Sealed In Odisha Capital
Two Govt Offices Sealed In Odisha Capital After Detection Of Covid Cases

The offices of Bhubaneswar Sub-collector and Bhubaneswar Tehsil have been sealed by the city municipal corporation authorities as a precautionary measure to curb the outbreak of the Coronavirus cases.

WHO
WHO Calls For Global Governance Against Pandemic

In addition, the Commission called for regional bodies of governance such as a Pan-European Network for Disease Control and a Pan-European Health Threats Council to improve data-sharing and data-interoperability platforms across the vast Region.

Post-COVID MI Syndrome In Children On Rise In Odisha
Post-COVID MI Syndrome In Children On Rise In Odisha, Govt Calls For Caution

The Director of Public Health, Odisha, Niranjan Mishra has urged people to exercise caution in the wake of the rising cases of Multi System Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) during the recovery phase of Covid-19.

ECMO Unit Hits The Ground Running At Cuttack SCB
ECMO Unit Hits The Ground Running At Cuttack SCB

As expected, the newly set up Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) unit at the Cuttack SCB Medical College has swung into action with full speed. As many as two patients have been admitted to the special life-support ward of the hospital in the last two days.

Children Gained Excess Weight During COVID Pandemic: Study
Children Gained Excess Weight During COVID Pandemic: Study

To determine if children picked up extra weight during the pandemic, researchers analysed the electronic health records of 1,91,509 children, who were age 5 to 17 from March 1, 2019, to January 31, 2021.

Covid Claims 2 Kids In Odisha
Two Children Succumb To Covid-19 In Odisha

The State Health Department of Odisha on Friday informed about the death of as many as two children due to Covid infection.

COVID May Be Endemic In India But Has Not 'Ended': Experts
COVID May Be Endemic In India But Has Not 'Ended': Experts

Given the situation, it surely can be said that Covid is endemic in India, but it is not about the "end" of Covid, rather it means there may be sporadic rise just like H1N1, which still exists but is manageable, Dr Animesh Arya, Sr. consultant in Respiratory Medicine said.

FM Sitharaman Discusses Key Areas Of Cooperation For Supporting Recovery Of BRICS Nations
FM Sitharaman Discusses Key Areas Of Cooperation For Supporting Recovery Of BRICS Nations

Sitharaman remarked that India attaches great significance to presenting this statement before the global community since it unanimously voices the view of BRICS countries on the critical aspects underpinning current international policy conversations on post-pandemic recovery.

2 In 3 Indian Adults Addicted To Being Online Due To COVID: Report
2 In 3 Indian Adults Addicted To Being Online Due To COVID: Report

About eight in 10 (82 per cent) said that the amount of time they spent on screens, aside from educational or work purposes, has increased significantly during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Temples In Bhubaneswar
Religious Sites In Bhubaneswar Can Only Allow Entry To Fully Vaccinated People, Check BMC Notice

All religious institutions under the jurisdiction of Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation should allow entry into the shrines to those devotees who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19, the BMC said in a circular on Tuesday.

OSCPCR Recommends Reopening Of Elementary Classes In Odisha
OSCPCR Recommends Reopening Of Elementary Classes In Odisha

The Odisha State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (OSCPCR) on Thursday urged the State School and Mass Education (S&ME) department to consider reopening of elementary classes in the State. 

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