The Odisha government has asked the district authorities to refrain from strategies such as stopping the people going in vehicles or getting vaccinated from door to door.
More than 68 lakh people get vaccinated in Odisha
The Odisha Government has asked the district authorities to stop the ‘drive-in’ campaign of putting COVID-19 vaccine on them and stopping them from house to house vaccination by stopping people going in vehicles. A top health department official said that the state government has noticed that ‘drive-in’ campaign and door-to-door vaccination has started in some districts.
PK Mohapatra, Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Health and Family Welfare, said in a letter to the authorities on Wednesday, “You are requested to avoid such strategies and apply vaccine only in adequate space COVID Vaccination Centers, following the guidelines of COVID-19.” is done’.
More than 68 lakh people got vaccinated
Mahapatra said, “If there is any adverse effect after vaccination in the strategies like stopping the people going in vehicles or going door to door, then it will be difficult to deal with it and there is more possibility of the vaccine being ruined.” So far, 68,12,118 people have been given COVID-19 vaccine in the state.
More than 11 thousand new cases of Corona
After 11,498 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Odisha in one day, the total number of infected in the state has now increased to 6,55,899. After the death of 25 patients in the last 24 hours, the death toll has now reached 2,403. According to the data, out of 11,498 new cases of COVID-19 which came out in a day, the highest number of 1,497 cases have been reported in Khurda. After this, 1107 new cases were reported in Cuttack, 867 in Angul, 703 in Sundergarh and 524 in Balasore.
Corona investigation of 1.11 crore samples
The official said that 1,06,812 people are currently undergoing treatment for corona virus infection in Odisha. After the recovery of 10,036 more patients on Wednesday, the number of people who have been cured of infection in the state has gone up to 5,46,631. So far, 1.11 crore samples of COVID-19 have been investigated in the state.
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