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WODC Chairman & Principal Advisor to CM and Mission Director NHM visited Rourkela

Rourkela:9/5/21:WODC Chairman & Principal Advisor to CM Sri Asit Tripathy and Mission Director NHM Smt Shalini Pandit visited Rourkela to review COVID Health mgmt in Sundargarh. Sri Tripathy informed that 90 ICU & 120 Oxygen Beds will be added to the district immediately.
The high-level team visited Hi-Tech COVID Hospital Rourkela to review the COVID Preparedness. The team also visited the 24×7 Rourkela COVID Helpline and reviewed the COVID Health facilities of the entire district.
 Sri Asit Tripathy along with Director NHM visited Bargarh district and reviewed the ground level arrangements for Covid management in the district.

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