Bhubaneswar: In a significant achievement in its fight against coronavirus, Odisha has registered more than one lakh COVID-19 recoveries in the last five weeks.
The Chief Minister appreciated the efforts of health functionaries and COVID-19 warriors in this regard.
“More than 1.25 lakh persons have recovered from COVID-19 and I would like to appreciate the efforts of Health functionaries and COVID warriors in this regard. More than one lakh have recovered in the last 5 weeks itself”, the CM said while taking stock of the pandemic in the State with district Collectors and senior officers through video conferencing today.
The CM urged to strictly implement enforcement activities in Bhubaneswar-Cuttack Commissionerate area to prevent spread of the virus.
“While I get good feedback about Enforcement activities throughout the State, the feedback regarding Bhubaneswar-Cuttack Commissionerate area is not encouraging. I have been repeatedly harping on this. D.G. must directly look into this and do the needful as being done throughout the State”, the CM said.
The total number of recoveries in the State has risen to 129859 with the highest ever single day recovery of 4121 patients on Wednesday, the Health Department said.