Data shows the second wave surge in Odisha was preventable. Because when the virus was on a growth spree, the State administration failed to enforce the Covid-19 appropriate behaviour. Virus transmission peaked in mid-March to April first week. But restrictions were brought in from mid-April
Odisha recorded the deadliest day of the pandemic on Tuesday as 33 COVID patients succumbed to the virus in a day, taking the death count in the state to 2549. The state's total caseload rose to 7, 14,380 with the detection of 10,939 more infections.
Odisha has witnessed a declining trend in daily Covid-19 infections over the past few days.
As many as 10757 Covid positive cases in Odisha in the last 24 hours pushed the state’s virus tally to 622981.
Bhubaneswar: The second wave of corona virus seems to have hit the State Capital in a big way. With the number of new cases per lakh people in the Smart…
Bhubaneswar: With the second coronavirus wave in the Capital City is being seen taking wings on a higher order of local transmission cases, the State’s smartest city is witnessing the headwinds of the novel virus. The State capital alone is now contributing one-fifth of the total new cases detected daily in Odisha. HOW’S THE HEADWIND? […]