Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday advised officers to strictly implement the Covid-19 pointers within the state to be able to keep away from a second wave of an infection after mid-December.
Patnaik mentioned this whereas reviewing the prevailing corona scenario within the state. He mentioned the state ought to stay on alert from immediately to be able to keep away from the second wave.
“There needs to be no leisure in implementation of the Covid-19 pointers at the same time as much less optimistic circumstances are reported for some days,” he mentioned.
The chief minister directed officers to strictly implement the pandemic restrictions to be able to keep away from the second wave of an infection and additional lockdown. He additionally requested the district collectors and SPs to make sure strict enforcement of Covid-19 norms.
Whereas thanking the individuals for adhering to the Covid-19 pointers through the celebration of Durga Puja, Patnaik additionally appealed to the residents to repeat the efficiency through the Diwali competition.
He mentioned to implement the curbs through the Diwali, observers will quickly go to totally different districts. He mentioned there isn’t any alternative to decrease the guard at this juncture when the Covid-19 second wave has already hit locations like Delhi, Kerala and several other European international locations.
“Now we have to stick to the rule like necessary masks carrying, keep social distance and handwashing to be able to keep away from the second wave in addition to doable lockdown like scenario,” Patnaik mentioned.
Protecting in view the well being problems in individuals after restoration from the Covid-19, the chief minister requested the Well being and Household Welfare division to coach para-medical employees and medical doctors to deal with such circumstances.
Chief Secretary A Okay Tripathy mentioned a activity drive is shaped to organize a typical protocol for the care of the submit Covid problems within the individuals.
The chief minister mentioned the financial actions mustn’t decelerate because of the pandemic and the officers should concentrate on livelihood schemes like MGNREGA, Mission Shakti and City Wage Employment.