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The INSACOG, in its bulletin of January 3 which was also released on Sunday, also said Omicron is now in community transmission in India and has become dominant in Delhi and Mumbai where new cases have been rising exponentially.
The RBI pointed out that aggregate demand conditions have stayed resilient. "The issuance of E-way bills - an indicator of freight movement - surged to 7.2 crore in December, the second highest in its history.
The Orissa High Court on Friday issued a slew of new guidelines for the operation of its benches and other subordinate courts in the State in view of the resurgence of Covid cases in Odisha.
The Delhi government on Tuesday announced a weekend curfew and work from home for its offices as the city recorded 5,481 fresh COVID-19 cases, the highest number since May 16, with a positivity rate of 8.37 per cent and three fatalities.
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As cases of Omicron have started to explode across the country, Odisha Health Services Director Bijay Mohapatra on Tuesday informed that a possible third wave could peak in Odisha by the end of February.
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Amidst the threat of the new Covid-19 variant ‘Omicron’, the Odisha Public Health Director, Niranjan Mishra on Saturday (Dec 18), warned regarding the definite possibility of a third wave in the state.
Amidst the scare of the new Covid-19 variant ‘Omicron’, the Institute of Life Sciences (ILS) in Bhubaneswar has confirmed that the new variant has not been detected in any of the 246 COVID19 positive samples.
According to the WHO's weekly report, during the week of November 1-7, the WHO European Region reported 1,949,419 new cases, a 7 per cent week-on-week increase, while other regions reported declines or stable trends.
After second wave of Covid-19 wrecked havoc across the globe, the threat of the third wave still persists. To prevent such an eventuality, China locked down its Lanzhou city on Tuesday.
Even though positivity rate seems to be declining in Odisha, the capital city’s caseload still remains high. Health Services Director, Bijay Mohapatra on Monday (Oct 11) said that around 40 per cent of Odisha’s daily Covid-19 infections are from Bhubaneswar.
Odisha Health Services Director, Bijay Mohapatra on Friday (Oct 8), warned against a rise in Covid-19 cases in the state during the month of December.
There are less chances of Covid-19 infection proliferating during the winter season, chief of DMET (Directorate of Medical Education and Training), CBK Mohanty said this on Monday (Oct 4).
While experts have warned of a possible arrival of the third wave of Covid-19 in India, Odisha Health Services Director, Bijay Mohapatra on Monday (Sept 27) opined that there are less chances of its severity in Odisha.
If people fail to adhere to the prescribed Covid-19 guidelines during the festival season, then the state might witness a Kerala-like situation. This information was given by Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty on Wednesday (Sept 15).
The revised Covid-19 guidelines will be strictly implemented in all schools of Odisha. And the ongoing offline classes will continue for students of Class 9, 10 and 12 as per the revised SOPs.
Odisha government will be forced to shut schools in the state, if the Covid-19 cases among children increase. This information was given by Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty on Tuesday (Sept 7).
In a separate communication with states and UTs, he noted that the weekly enforcement data received from across the country with regard to wearing face masks in public, maintaining social distancing norms and imposition of fines indicate a downward trend, but asked the state governments and UT administrations to augment their efforts for effectively checking transmission of the disease.
The Odisha government is gearing up to fight against the possible third wave predicted to hit the country in the months of September & October this year.
Predictions on Corona's third wave by various models are not completely reliable, stated Directorate of Medical Education & Training Chief, CBK Mohanty on Wednesday (Aug 25).
The rising cases of Covid-19 among children have added fuel to the fear of more children getting infected in the next wave.
Children developing symptoms will be immediately given treatment and then tested for Covid-19.
There were apprehensions and the inevitable has happened. Days after Odisha’s schools and hostels reopened for physical classes, a Class 10 student of Daringbadi Girls High School in Kandhamal district tested positive for Covid-19.
The third wave of Covid-19 is unlikely to have an impact as severe as the second wave.
With the ongoing phase of the partial lockdown ending tomorrow (July 31), all eyes are now on the official announcement of the government regarding further relaxation of restrictions for the upcoming phase.
As many as 16,960 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Odisha post vaccination. Of these, 9154 persons were infected after the first dose while 7806 persons tested positive after second dose vaccination. As per a study, the infection rate among vaccinated population is only 0.13 percent. Odisha Health Services Director Bijay Mohapatra informed this on Wednesday
In spite of the fact that the second wave of the pandemic is receding gradually, the Centre and state governments have reportedly decided not to allow reopening of the schools now.
As per the data with the State Health Department, when in the first wave the number of children infected by the novel coronavirus stood below 4 per cent, the proportion in the second wave has grown to a little over 5 per cent
With the second wave gradually slowing down in Odisha; acting on the apprehensions over another Covid wave, the Public Health Director Niranjan Mishra stated that Odisha is fully prepared for a possible third wave.