Medical Teams In Flood Zones

The water level in River Brahmani has significantly receded, said Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) Bishnupada Sethi.

Mr.Sethi said that the situation in Jajpur and Kendrapada districts has returned to normalcy, said official sources. 

Giving out details he said that Heath measures for both human and cattle have been strengthened in the affected areas.

As many as 24 Medical Relief Centres have been opened and eight Medical teams deployed in flood affected areas of Jajpur district, said officials of Revenue and Disaster Management department. Out of 2,813 affected wells, 673 have been disinfected.

Sources said 14 veterinary camps have been opened with 17 veterinary doctors and 20 para veterinary personnel and 1,282 animals treated and 3,350 vaccinations done.

100 MT of cattle feed has been sanctioned for Kendrapara district of which 41 MTs was supplied today.

Additional 75 MT of cattle feed has been sanctioned for Jajpur district. Previously, 50 MT cattle feed was provided to Jajpur district and another 50 MT to balasore district.

Cooked food has been provided through free kitchens to 2,397 people in 8 centres of Bari and Korei Blocks today.

Restoration work of the Brahmani left embankment which was breached on July 29 at Bankasahi in Bari Block is in full swing. 

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