According to a notification issued by the BMC, Block-II, Qtr No-12 of XIMB in ward number-16 has been declared containment zone.
As per a notification issued today, picnic will remain prohibited for the visitors from January 1 to January 31, 2022. The restrictions are in line with the recent order issued by the State government to check the spread of Omicron.
As per a notification issued by the SRC, random checking of crowd and gatherings at public places such as picnic spots/ malls/ shopping complexes/ hotels/ clubs/ restaurants/ parks/ convention halls/ kalyan mandaps will be conducted to find out the violators.
Five more persons have tested positive for the Omicron variant of Covid-19 taking the tally of the new variant of the virus to 14 in Odisha, informed the Institute of Life Sciences (ILS) on Thursday.
Hours after imposing curbs on Christmas and New Year celebrations in view of the surging cases of Covid-19, especially the Omicron variant of the SARS-CoV-2, the Odisha government on Friday evening effected fresh revisions in the guidelines.
In a similar incident in Cuttack's Ravenshaw University, students were seen carelessly flouting the COVID norms during the Annual Athletic Meet held at the varsity campus.
The states have been advised to follow the five-fold strategy of Containment, Testing & Surveillance, Clinical Management, Covid Safe Behavior and Vaccination.
As many as 213 cases of Omicron have been detected across India so far, with Delhi recording 57 cases, the highest among all states and UTs, followed by Maharashtra (54), Telangana (24), Karnataka (19), Rajasthan (18), Kerala (15) and Gujarat (14).