From tomorrow, 4th August, there is a low-pressure yellow warning by the weather forecast team for Ganjam, Kandhamal, Mayurbhanj, Boudh, and Balangir. The other 7 districts are most likely going to face extreme rainfall as per the prediction.

Commissionerate of Police, Bhubaneswar Along with Special Squad Caught Two Thief Group

Commissionerate of Police, along with special police squadron, caught two groups who stole mobile phones, laptops, and bikes from people in Bhubaneswar. One group of these thieves used to put on oil and steal things, and the other group used to store it safely.

Shortage of Oxygen at MKCG Medical College and Hospital, Berhampur 

Patients are dying at MKCG Hospital, Berhampur, due to a lack of oxygen. Locals are raising complaints that the hospital is less on oxygen for treating the patients. The hospital authorities claim that the matter is something else, and they are not running low on oxygen.

Petition Filed in High Court of Odisha For Re-opening of Jagannath Temple

The devotees of Lord Jagannath have filed a petition in the High Court of Odisha for allowing them to worship in the temple of Puri. The devotees say that they want to worship Lord Jagannath and pray for the well being of the state and the nation.

Restaurants Are Allowed to Start Dining Services From 1st August, More Information on Webinar Of 4th August

The restaurants are requesting the authorities to allow the re-opening of the dining services due to the massive loss in the business. They are allowed to open dining services but with COVID guidelines. There is a webinar on this topic on 4th August at 11:30 AM.

Malls Re-open in Odisha Capital, Bhubaneswar from 3rd August

All the shopping complexes or malls are allowed to re-open with COVID guidelines. The malls are asked to keep the food courts and cinema premises closed until further notice. All the guidelines need to be followed for the seamless running of mall operations.

Odisha Corona Update For 3rd August

1384 new positive cases are recorded in a single day in Odisha. Out of which, 873 are from the quarantine centers, and 511 are local contacts. New 10 deaths are recorded due to COVID, and the total toll crosses 200 death marks.