Odisha has been warning for heavy rainfall in major districts due to the possibility of low pressure taking the face of depression in the next 36 hours. A yellow warning has already been issued to many districts of Odisha.
Yoga and Ayurveda is Stated to be one of the Powerful Cure for COVID-19 Difficulties
Union Minister of the State Shripad Naik says that yoga and Ayurveda can be a path to find a cure for COVID 19 Difficulties. It is great news for the respective persons who can look for the cure in Ayurveda.
State Government has Taken Decisions of Merging Several Schools in the State
As over 14,382 schools of Odisha have student strength less than 40. Therefore, the state government has decided to merge 7722 schools. This measure is taken to improve the quality of teaching in the state to promote quality education.
Custodial Torture in Pipili by Police- Family is not Allowed to Meet Injured Son
The media are now airing the custodial torture in Pipili. Police in Pipili is not allowing the family to meet their injured son, Jagannath Puspalak, who is under Police custody. One of the 5 youths is now being treated in SCB Medical College, and the parents are not allowed to meet him.
For Enhancing the Fight of COVID, AIIMS is Ready to Recruit 207 Junior Doctors
As the COVID battle is picking up the pace, AIIMS prepares its warriors to take on this virus. AIIMS is hiring 207 Junior doctors to take part in the COVID fight. It is a new process that has begun with AIIMS to help beat the COVID disease.
COVID Cases are Dropping in the State with Low Recorded Figures
The COVID Cases are reducing in the state even with the full fledge testing capacity. There are only 638 fresh infections recorded in the last 24 hours and 15 more deaths. As the positive count of cases is reducing, the doctors are putting in their efforts to ensure that the death rate lowers.
With 15 New Deaths in Odisha Due to COVID 19, the Total Death Toll Rises to 1640 in the State
As the COVID situation is coming under control, the vaccination is still awaited to suppress the state’s death toll and in the entire nation. As of now, there are 15 new deaths recorded in the past 24 hours in the state. Now, the total death toll rises to 1640 in Odisha.