846 days of uninterrupted struggle agaist COVID-19 in Odisha state, India

BY DIRAMAKINI

THE whole world was in a state of shock that day. All around are silent and silent. Where the mother lost her baby and cried, the baby died in the mother's womb. Where the bonded labour (Dadan) who had gone to the private companies or institutions for do work and take care of his family he never returned to the village. 

Nature was laughing at the corpses (dead bodies) . Touching the corpse is forbidden. All of this was strictly enforced by wearing a face mask with social distance, washing hands frequently with sanitizers.
Various states have been locke down and short down indefinitely since 22nd March 2020 by order of the Government of India. People were forbidden to go out.

The man, who is caring for his daily income was unable to support himself and his family. Many died of starvation. The situation in the country was deteriorating amid the financial crisis. 

The India's leading social welfare organization Chinmaya Foundation was set up in Babalpur in Jajpur district of Odisha state to look into the situation. 
This was the Foundation's support for the needed people's and insane as well as hungry animals from 22nd March 2020 to till now with a nonstop and continues process. 

The main task of the organization was to going from house to house provide dray and cooked food, grocery item, textile items, financial aid, fruits to the poor and needy peoples with insane, crazed lunatics living on the side of the road. 
The Chinmaya Foundation continued its public awareness campaign through more than 500 corona awareness cultural programs. 

Going from village to village, Mask, Soap, Sanitizer, Finyl, Detail, ORS, Hand Globes Distribution, Garbage Cleaning, Cleaning and sanitizing of various places, etc. made significant contributions in the field of social services. 
The program continued through temporary branches across India till now. Under the direct supervision of the founding chairman of the Chinmaya Foundation Mr.Chinmaya Dash, the work has been going on uninterruptedly for 846 days today. 

Chairman of the Chinmaya Foundation Mr. Chinmaya Dash said approximately it would continue until the last week of this year 2022. In the last few days in the state of Odisha, corona has been on the rise. 
Amid the continued surge, Odisha reported one COVID-19 death after a gap of over two months. This was the first COVID fatality in the ongoing fourth wave. The last death was reported on May 2.

Health department bulletin said the deceased, a 78-year-old man of Bhubaneswar, who was also suffering from acute sub dural hemorrhage with brain stem bleed, acute kidney injury (AKI) with shock and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS), succumbed to the disease while undergoing treatment at a Covid hospital. 

"The patient was a known case of hypertension and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BHP) and had undergone cardiac stenting. With this, the cumulative death toll in the pandemic rose to 9127," the bulletin stated.
The State recorded more than 500 new cases for the fourth consecutive day pushing the test positivity rate (TPR) to 3.5 per cent. Of the 509 fresh cases from 26 districts, 52 were in the 0-18 years age group. 

Khurdha topped the list with maximum 200 cases, followed by 110 from Cuttack, 49 from Sundargarh, 14 from Puri and 10 from Jajpur. The TPR was highest 11.9 pc in Khurda, 8.7 pc in Sundargarh, 8.6 pc in Cuttack, 6.6 pc in Puri and 6.3 pc in Boudh. 
With this, the active cases soared to 3135 even as 404 patients recovered in last 24 hours. Khurda, Cuttack, Sambalpur and Puri have 90 per cent of the active cases and barring Sundargarh and Sambalpur, most of the new cases were from coastal and urban areas of the State.

Director of Public Health Dr. Niranjan Mishra said this time the cases are from urban localities and only 31 people have remained in hospital isolation. While 25 among them are in the ICU after their condition deteriorated, the remaining six are in general wards with no major symptoms," he added.
So the Chinmaya Foundation feel to grow more and more aware to the public and distribute Covid Kits to the needy people's. 

The public is being urged by the Foundation to abide by all the rules with vigilance for its eradication. The supply of Corona kits and relief items continues to be uninterruptedly vigorous. 

In Jajpur, Cuttack, Kendrapara, Bhadrak, Khurda (Bhubaneswar) and Puri districts along with other districts the program is in full swing in a fortnightly program especially from date 1st July 2022 to 15th July 2022 in day number 832 to 846. 
Awareness program coordinators Master Mihir Kumar, Shrikshetra Sahoo, Shashikanta Panda and others in various districts are distributing Covid kits and relief items with aware to the people in large quantities, according to the foundation.

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