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Tripathy Warns Violators

Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy has stated that violation of Standard Protocol and Advisory relating to registration, social distancing, stamping, health screening, maintaining seating capacity in a bus, following prescribed route of return and compulsory quarantine will be viewed seriously and stringent action will be taken against the violator. 

While appreciating the efforts of everyone connected with the return journey of stranded people from the starting point to the end point, Chief Secretary Mr.Tripathy emphasized upon the quarantine of the returnees as per the guideline and sought the cooperation of everyone to contain further spread of COVID-19. 
 
He said no sorts of violations in this regard will be tolerated as the State Government is taking steps in view of the Public Health Issue.
 
In the meantime, Odisha Government has appointed Principal Secretary, Home Department Sri Sanjeev Chopra as the State Nodal Officer for coordinating train movement with various States for the return of stranded people of Odisha. 
 
8332 Temporary Medical Centres have been completed in 6798 Gram Panchayats of the State. In all these Centres, total number of 2,56,820  beds have been readied to provide COVID-19 health services in rural areas.
 
Today, 3,37,820 destitute and helpless persons have been provided with food in 5326  Gram Panchayats. Similarly, in 114 ULBs 39,858 persons have been provided with food.
 
From 2 May morning to 3 May morning, 24 cases have been registered by the Police in the state for violation of different regulations and guidelines related to COVID-19 of which 20 no. of cases for violation of lock down, 1 case for violation of Home Quarantine, 1 case for rumor mongering and 2 case related to other issues.

50 persons have been arrested by police for different violations
 


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