Due to the Corona, Lockdown implemented in view of Corona, common people have stopped giving food to the destitute animals and these animals are seen wandering around for fodder.
The lockdown implemented to prevent the spread of Coronavirus has not only created problems not only for humans, but has also created a major food crisis in front of destitute animals. To help these animals, the Odisha government has taken a decision today. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik (CM Naveen Patnaik) has sanctioned 60 lakh rupees from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF) to feed stray animals during lockdown in five municipal corporations, 48 municipalities and 61 NACs.
It is known that due to the lockdown imposed in view of the corona, the common people have taken animals (Animals) Has stopped giving food and these animals are seen wandering here and there for fodder. In view of this, this decision has been taken. Earlier, the Department of Housing and Urban Development had asked the civic bodies to formulate rules for giving food to stray animals in urban and semi-urban areas. The state government has fixed daily unit costs for all municipal corporations, municipalities and all NAC areas to meet the expenses in this case.
State government’s decision regarding corona vaccination
Earlier in the day, the Odisha Government decided to give priority to Corona vaccination for people aged between 18 to 44 years in five such municipal corporations, where the positive rate of Kovid infection is in other cities. More than in corporations.
In a letter written to the district collectors, it has been said that the state has started the process of procuring the corona vaccine for vaccination of people in the age group of 18 to 44 years from its own fund. At this time, vaccine-making companies are able to supply a small quantity of vaccines, so we are only beginning to vaccinate people in the age group of 18 to 44 years in five municipal corporations’. In Odisha, 10,635 new cases of corona infection were registered on Saturday.
Warning given for the third wave of corona in the country
It is to be known that in the second wave of Corona itself, the situation of the country remains very fragile. In India, once again, 4,03,738 new cases of corona infection have been reported and 4,092 people have died. Amid the devastating effects of the second wave of corona in the country, many experts have cautioned about the possibility of a third wave of epidemic and said that if people follow the Kovid rules well and there is vaccination of large section of population The wave may be less severe.
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