In Odisha No More Mandatory Quarantine For Travellers

Bhubaneswar:Achievers News Bureau (03/09):- Following Unlock 4.0, the Odisha government has done away with mandatory quarantine for those travelling to the state. The August 31 notification issued by Special Relief Commissioner office does not mention anything about quarantine for travellers. “Not mentioned means not needed,” explained a senior officer adding that quarantine is only mandatory for COVID patients and their close contacts.

237 New Cases Reported From Cuttack City

Bhubaneswar:Achievers News Bureau (03/09):- As many as 237 new positive cases of COVID-19 have been reported from the jurisdiction of the Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC) area on Thursday. Among them, 54 are Institutional Quarantine Cases, 81 are Home Quarantine Cases and 102 are Local Contact Cases.

COVID-19 Cases In Odisha Likely To Drop in 45 Days!

Bhubaneswar: Achievers News Bureau (03/09):- Odisha is likely to see a decline in COVID-19 infection in the next one and a half months. Speaking to the media, Director of the Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Dr CBK Mohanty on Thursday said that transmission of the deadly virus would gradually slow down. However, people should be cautious and strictly follow all COVID-19 management guidelines, including wearing of masks and maintaining social distancing. “Odisha’s COVID-19 recovery rate is good as compared to other states. The fatality rate is also less…

PUBG Among 118 New Chinese Apps Banned

New Delhi: Achievers News Bureau (03/09):- PUBG MOBILE, a wildly popular online multiplayer shooting game, is among 118 Chinese apps blocked by the government Wednesday amid tension over fresh Chinese provocation in Ladakh. The move is in the interest of India’s sovereignty and integrity, defence and security, the government said in a statement. Tencent’s PUBG Mobile ranks among the world’s top five smartphone games with over 734 million downloads. There are close to 50 million active PUBG players in India, according to reports and the game clocks in some 13 million…

Khurda Leads With 722 Cases COVID-19 Tally Soars To 1,13,411

Bhubaneswar Achievers News Buero: The COVID-19 tally in Odisha rose to 1,13,411 on Thursday with 3,631 fresh cases reported in the last 24 hours. Of the new cases reported from 30 districts, 2,214 were detected from quarantine centres and 1417 were local contacts, the I&PR department informed. Khurda led the tally with 722 new cases followed by Cuttack (370), Mayurbhanj (365), Bargarh (238), Bhadrak (186), Puri (157), Jajpur (127), Balasore (114), Rayagada (111), Ganjam (107), Nayagarh (100), Sundargarh (95), Koraput (93), Kendrapada (85), Keonjhar (80), Jagatsinghpur (79), Sambalpur (68), Dhenkanal…