Battle against COVID-19: OMC sets up Covid Care Homes

Bhubaneswar: In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, Odisha Mining Corporation Limited (OMC) established Covid Care Homes (CCH) at Bhubaneswar and in three regions at South Kaliapani, Gandhamardan and Daitari today. Each CCHs will be 20- bedded isolation facilities to accommodate COVID-19 suspect or positive cases. The CCHs will be extension of the home isolation facility exclusively for OMC employees and its workers with asymptomatic and mild symptomatic cases.

In the second phase OMC will start the Covid Care Homes in four other locations at Kurmitar in Koida region, Seremda in Barbil region, Bangur region and at Kodingamali in Rayagada region with each regions having 10-bedded facilities each.

Being a responsible corporate, OMC had earlier donated Rs 500 crores to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund in March to support the State Government’s efforts to control the COVID-19 situation and to help those affected by the pandemic.

The State-owned entity, during the time, also transferred Rs 250 crore as the interim dividend for the Financial Year 2019-20.

On 26th March, OMC also signed tripartite agreement with Govt. of Odisha and KIMS to set up 500-bedded stand-alone Covid-19 Hospital.

Later, the Corporation funded to set up 10 stand-alone COVID-19 Hospitals in eight districts across the state.

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