COVID-19 outbreak: Odisha govt deputes six officers to BMC

Bhubaneswar: In order to strengthen Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation for effective supervision and management of COVID-19 hotspots and containment zones, six senior officers have been deputed to Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation. They have been entrusted with management and monitoring of civil security, supply of essential commodities and extensive sanitization in all COVID-19 Hotspots and Containment Zones under Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation.

Food and accommodation have been ensured through 1882 camps for around 56,926 ‘Guest Workers’. These workers are from various states of the country. Any complaint received through Shramik Sahayata Call Centre18003456703 is being addressed promptly.

Today, 3,25,683 destitute and helpless persons have been provided with food in 5268 Gram Panchayats. Similarly, in 108 ULBS 27,058 persons have been provided with food.

From 6th April morning to 7th April morning, 245 no of cases have been registered by the Police in the state for violations of different regulations and guidelines related to COVID-19 of which 228 no. of cases for violation of lock down, 3 cases for violation of ‘Home Quarantine’ 5 cases for rumour mongering and 9 for other issues. 366 persons have been arrested for different violations by the Police.

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