In view of the threat of Kovid, this state has made it mandatory to wear masks in hospitals

Bhubaneswar. The Odisha government on Monday made it mandatory to wear face masks in all medical institutions in view of the rising cases of coronavirus in the country and the state. The Directorate of Public Health has issued an order directing all health authorities, medical colleges and hospitals in the state to use face masks to prevent the spread of the virus.
As per the order, all healthcare service providers should use masks during duty hours, all officers and others in meetings or gatherings, especially in closed rooms. According to the data released by the Health Department, 382 new cases of Kovid-19 were found in Odisha during the last 24 hours on Monday, after which the number of active cases in the state has increased to 3032. At the same time, 276 patients were cured of the infection

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