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CM Thanks People

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has expressed his gratitude to the people of Odisha for giving wholehearted support to 'Janata Curfew' and has appealed for similar cooperation from the people of Odisha for the 'Lock Down'.  

Subroto Bagchi, Chief Spokesperson-COVID-19 informed Media about Chief Minister's 'Thanks Giving' and said that Indian Railway Board has declared closure of all Passenger Trains with immediate effect and up to midnight of 31 March. The trains enroute shall be allowed to reach their destination.  

He further informed that all interstate bus operation to and from Odisha will remain suspended till further orders.Sanjay Kumar Singh, Secretary Information and Public Relations also briefed Media.

Inter-state buses coming from other states will not be allowed to reach their destination in Odisha after 11AM on 23 March.

Similarly no inter-state bus will be allowed to operate to other state from Odisha after 11AM on 23 March.  

He said the State Government has constituted a State level Monitoring Unit on Goods & Services.

The Committee shall assess requirements and monitor flow of goods and take actions to remove bottlenecks if any. It shall also create a platform to facilitate traders and transporters to air their issues and resolve the same.  There shall be no restriction on movement of Permitted Goods including coal and other minerals to ensure smooth supply chain.

All Permitted Goods vehicle shall be allowed to move unhindered. Ø Wholesale markets shall function 24X7 on rotation basis with time slotting for different wholesalers to operate to avoid over-crowding in the market.  

Field functionaries of Food Supply & Consumer Welfare department, Police and Transport department have been instructed to ensure smooth movement of vehicles carrying permitted goods.
SANJOG Help-line Toll Free number (155335) shall be utilized for registering and addressing all grievances by Traders, Shopkeepers and Wholesalers who face any problem relating to smooth supply andmovement of Permitted Goods traffic. This shall function from morning to night in two shifts.

 As on 12 noon 22March, 76 samples were sent for test and reports of all the samples have been obtained. All found negative.  Health of 02 identified patients' remains stable.

 It is reported that 56 persons had contact with the patient. Communication has been made with 53 persons while effort is on to communicate rest 03 persons.  

3474 persons have been registered through 104 Helpline. 28 persons are in Hospital Isolation.  

Purighat Police has registered an FIR against a person under Home Quarantine for not following advice and indulging in risky behaviour. The identity of the person is not disclosed to protect his privacy.  

All the Sports Hostels under the Administrative Control of the Sports and Youth Services Department have been closed from 23 March to 5 May. The inmates will be given food expenses and allowances for this period and will be paid travelling expenses for safe return to their home.


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