Seroprevalence in the range of 80-84 per cent in the general population is required to prevent the third wave in Odisha. Ganjam results underline the fact
Five nodal officers have been appointed in Bhubaneswar for the smooth conduct of Covid-19 Sero survey scheduled on August 31 and September 1.
State-level serological surveillance to estimate age-wise Covid prevalance will be undertaken in 12 districts of Odisha from August 29 to September 15.
The Odisha government has asked the Regional Medical Research Centre (RMRC), Bhubaneswar to conduct state-level serological surveillance in 12 districts.
The 4th round of Serosurvey conducted by RMRC revealed that over 85 percent health workers in three Odisha districts have developed COVID antibody.
The study is seen as significant because it will analyse the implementation of 'One Health' intervention model, and the study may recommend routine vaccination against the lethal disease
The national sero-survey for Covid-19 which will be undertaken in three districts of Odisha to determine the prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in the community will include all children above the age of 6 years.
RMRC Bhubaneswar has been requested to carry out a follow up to assess the hospitalization and severity among COVID-19 positive individuals post vaccination as compared to non-vaccinated COVID-19 positive individuals
Bhubaneswar: The third phase of the serological survey to gauge the prevalence of COVID-19 is all set to start in the Odisha capital from today. The survey will continue till October 18. This study will be conducted jointly by the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) and Regional Medical Research Centre (RMRC) which would help in determining […]
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Bhubaneswar: Odisha on Wednesday achieved a new milestone in COVID-19 fight by crossing a cumulative 50,000 COVID-19 sample testing, informed National Health Mission (NHM) Director, Odisha, Shalini Pandit. Briefing media on Thursday, the NHM Director said the State is now conducting more than 3000 COVID-19 tests per day at its eight different laboratories. “We reached […]
Bhubaneswar: Odisha Health and Family Welfare department secretary Nikunja Dhal on Sunday appealed to the people of the State not to panic in the wake of Coronavirus outbreak across the globe while informing that a modern testing facility for diagnosis of the deadly viral infection has been opened at the Regional Medical Research Centre (RMRC) […]