As many as 11 CCCs were opened in the district for management of Covid patients.
Odisha government has decided to shut down both public and private Covid care centres (CCCs) in view of the declining coronavirus cases in the State.
The division bench comprising Chief Justice S Muralidhar and Justice SK Panigrahi said,
The panchayat covers Gouripura, Basarihal, Muslapur and Chikkamadinal villages. It comes under Kanakagiri taluk.
Citizens can walk into centres for physical triaging and each centre is equipped with ambulances to shift patients to hospitals.
With reducing Covid cases, these facilities are not getting enough patients anymore
The one at St Anthony’s College of Education, Thisaiyanvilai, has 140 beds, and the one at Universal College of Engineering and Technology, Vallioor, has 180 beds, a government statement said.
Srinivasa cultural troupe head P Ravi Kumar said the initiative of the CCC officials provided them an opportunity to get some income during Covid times.
The centre is well equipped, has a trained nurse and a doctor and an ambulance 24/7 for any emergency.
On the cases of fast spreading Black fungus, white fungus and yellow fungus among COVID 19 patients, he said that these complications had affected chronic diabetes patients in the past.
25-year-old Bhavani K G rides up from a village 5 km from Hoskote every morning to reach Mahadevapura CCC before 6am.
As the number of Covid cases continues to surge, the State endowment department is offering to open all community halls located next to temples to treat patients.
To bring down the mortality rate by preventing late reporting to hospitals, the government recently decided to do away with home isolation for Covid-19 patients in villages and slum areas in cities.
BYPL was tasked with readying the power infrastructure on a war-footing and we did it in a record time of seven, said a spokesperson of the BYPL.
The first step is to consolidate data received from calls to child helpline 1098 or 14499, regarding such children, and submit it to the District Child Protection Unit.