Why awareness for COVID-19 is important? Here is answer from Chinmaya Foundation

BY DIRAMAKINI

BY effectively creating public awareness, the spread of COVID-19 can be minimized, and the risk of infections, death and losses can be prevented.
It can also result in effective health outcomes, improve quality of life during lockdowns, survival, and proper planning of work, business and finances.

The Chinmaya Foundation is holding its 34th review meeting on the uninterrupted 850th days of Covid-19 awareness,kit and relief distribution program.
Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated in many parts of the world today, with many people suffering from corona disease.

People who have lost their livelihoods have been found to be living in poverty due to lack of jobs. We saw there are still some people living on the side of the road.
Therefore, the struggle has been going on since 22nd March 2020, to provide awareness to the unconscious, to help the helpless, to feed the hungry, to provide dress, dry & cooked food to insane, to provide the children of the slums with textbooks for the purpose of reading and becoming better human beings. The program has been successfully running for 850 days today through the International people's enhancement organization for peace & harmony "The Chinmaya Foundation" in Babalpur under the Dasarathpur block of Jajpur district of Odisha state.A review meetings are held every 25 days to discuss the program, discuss the issues, prepare a plan for the next day, raise funds, and allocate responsibilities. 

In this regard, the 34th review meeting of the Chinmaya Foundation's ongoing 850-day process has been held at the Dolphin Dance School and Group premises in the local Mangalpur. 

At the beginning of the meeting Coordinator of the Awareness Program Master Mihir Kumar briefed the participants on the rise and fall of the 850-day uninterrupted journey. The review meeting, chaired the founding chairman of the Chinmaya foundation Mr. Chinmaya Dash. 

Senior Educationalist and Writer Mr.Shubhendu Kumar Mohapatra, Writer and Journalist Mr. Dhirendra Mallick, All India Radio and Television Artist and Senior Educationalist Mr. Sharat Chandra Nayak and others were attended as reviewers and reviewing the role and activities of the past and highlighting the future course of action. The outbreak has been reported in Odisha. India Logs 15,528 New Covid Cases, 25 Deaths In 24 Hours. 

The active cases comprise 0.33 per cent of the total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate was recorded at 98.47 per cent, the ministry said. So, more and more awareness required to solve the problem.
According to the chairperson of the foundation Mr. Chinmaya Dash, the awareness program and the distribution of corona kits will continue uninterruptedly until the last week of this year 2022.

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