Odisha clarifies emergency services to remain open during lockdown
Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government today clarified all emergency services will be open during the seven-day lockdown in five districts and eight towns of the State, a measure taken by the government to stop the spread of deadly COVID-19.
The Health and Family Welfare department asked the people not to panic and go outside unless there is an emergency.
The department further said in case of any query someone can call the helpline no 104 or visit www.covid19.odisha.go.in for further information.
A total of 3,474 persons have registered themselves with the COVID-19 portal so far whereas 76 samples were sent for tests. Of the total samples tested, two were found to be positive for COVID-19 so far.
As many as 56 persons have come in contact with the two COVID-19 patients. The government further said 28 persons have been kept in isolation till now.