Daily Round-Up: Bhubaneswar Unit 4 Market Open from Today

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The lockdown days are ending today, and Bhubaneswar popular Unit 4 market reopens today after 14 days. Today the fish market of Unit 4 is open again for the people of Bhubaneswar. Strict guidelines have been imposed for the shopkeepers to follow along with selling their goods.

Bhadrak & Koraput 48 hours shutdown from tomorrow

The 14 days lockdown is now about to end, and for the revised rules, Bhadrak & Koraput will remain shut down for 48 hours from tomorrow. This is due to the area being on red alert for COVID cases. This shutdown will be strict as the Police forces are instructed and deployed for the same.

Biriyani Fight in Bhadrak- 5 Motor Vehicles Damages- Police-Involved (Dhusuri)

The Dhusuri area of Bhadrak hosted a fight for the sake of biriyani. The rage was too furious that the premises were broken and around five motorcycles were damaged completely. Men got injured, and police had to intervene in the matter for controlling the situation.

Vidya Balan wears Sambalpuri Bandha Saree

Vidya Balan wears Bandha or Sambalpuri Saree to portray the character of ‘Shakuntala Devi’ in here new movie. The saree was from Kendupali, Sonepur, and was handwoven by Ramakant Meher. This saree was an oven for over one month and is finally embraced by Bollywood actress Vidya Balan.

COVID 19 cases peaks in Odisha

COVID cases peaks in Odisha, and the toll rises to 1499 cases in one day since 30th July. Out of these figures, 914 are quarantine cases, while 585 are local contacts. The government is imposing strict measures now to plan and control the COVID cases as well as saving the economy.

More than 20,000 COVID Tests will be done from August

As per the recent guidelines, more than 20,000 COVID tests will be processed in a day from August 1, 2020. This is good news as with the high rate of tests, the COVID tracing pace would increase, and the controlling strategies can be improvised.

Odisha launches second plasma bank at The Capital Hospital

Odisha has successfully launched the second plasma bank at The Capital hospital. Chief Minister of Odisha, Shree Naveen Patnaik inaugurated the plasma bank over video conferencing. Odisha Government plans to set up three more plasma banks in the coming future.