Going by the experts' logic, there is little doubt that the daily positive count would have been much lower than it is if the restrictions imposed during the lockdown in Odisha had been observed in letter and spirit.
Around Rs 2.8 crore fine has been collected from Covid guideline violators, 71 cases have been registered, 269 arrested and 8300 vehicles seized.
In yet another instance of attack on government officials deployed on Covid-19 duty, a tehsildar faced the ire of general public during a crackdown on Covid norms violators in Basudevpur area in the district on Wednesday.
A Deja-Vu hit Prashant Kumar Das, a Restaurant employee at Bhubaneswar, who fears that his employer will not be able to pay him salary this month owing to the lockdown.
The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) in consultation with the Commissionerate Police on Monday changed the timings for wholesalers and retailers to operate in the Capital city’s largest market, Unit-I market.
Amid rising Covid-19 cases, the Odisha government imposed a 14-day strict lockdown across the state. The curbs began on May 5 and will remain in force till May 19. Emergency services have been permitted. Vegetable and grocery shops have been allowed to open from 6 am to 12 pm daily. Further, for the convenience of the public, the government has allowed to and fro movement from the hospitals, railway station and airport.
In the wake of a huge surge in coronavirus cases, the Rajasthan government on Thursday announced a complete lockdown from May 10 to May 24, 2021.
Jaipur: The Rajasthan government on Thursday announced a complete lockdown from 5 a.m. on May 10 to 5 a.m. on May 24 amid the surge in coronavirus cases. Under the…
Bhubaneswar: Keeping in view of a rapid surge in COVID infections in the State Capital city of Odisha, and the subsequent enforcement of 14-day lockdown from today, the Deputy Commissioner…
Bhubaneswar: Permission has been sought from the Odisha Government to allow home delivery of liquor during the 14-day lockdown in the State. In a letter to the Special Relief Commissioner…