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Naveen Asks Indoor Stay

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has urged the people to remain indoors as much as possible and keep themselves and their family members safe from COVID-19 infection during the month of June which would be decisive in the battle against the pandemic.

In a video message, Mr.Patnaik said it is necessary to run livelihood but that should not be cause of infection to any individual or his family members.
Mr.Patnaik said he had been cautioning the people that the month of June is crucial as the pandemic is likely to witness a spike infection.
 “Around five lakh migrants have returned to the State as a result of which there is a hike in the number of COVID-19 cases. But this will be reduced in the next 15 days,” he said.
However, the monsoon is arriving by June 10 during which flu like symptoms will emerge, he said adding, the remaining 25 days are crucial.
He said 11 districts will have complete shut down and night curfew during lock down period in other areas.
“This means we will have to stay indoors for nearly 17 days during this month,” he said adding, “This will help us keep the disease at bay to a large extent.”
 Mr.Patnaik said the people have sacrificed a lot during the two months of lock down and “Let our laxity now not prove futile in our struggle against the pandemic.
 The Chief Minister urged the people to observe the COVID-19 regulations saying that use of mask and maintenance of social distancing is needed to be strictly adhered to.
He urged the elderly—people over 65 years of age and children below 10 years to remain indoors as much as possible and said no one should come out of the house unless it is essential.
Corona infection is at peak now, the Chief Minister said.
“It was three thousand a fortnight ago but has touched 10,000 today,” he said sounding caution.
“None of us want that our near and dear ones go to COVID Hospital. Hence we should all be careful,” Mr.Patnaik added.
“The month of June is decisive in the fight against Corona virus. How we manage it will decide our success against the virus,” the Chief Minister said
 


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