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Cuttack Municipal Corporation have declared a part of CDA Sector 9 as containment zone

Cuttack:28/6/20: The authorities of Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC) have declared a part of CDA Sector 9 as a containment zone to contain the spread of COVID-19 through active surveillance.

The CMC in a notification on Sunday said that the decision to declare the region as containment zone was taken after IIC Badamba police station who stays in the area was tested positive for coronavirus.

The officials said that no one will be allowed to move into the containment zone nor go outside during the lockdown. The residents are advised to stay in home quarantine till further orders, the CMC notification said.

The official order of CMC said the residents in the containment zone have to remain in-home quarantine. The business establishments have to be remain shut immediately.

Supply of essentials commodities and medical requirements will be ensured through various teams formed by CMC, the order said and added that the government and private institutions located within the containment zone are closed immediately.

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