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Odisha Chief Minister has Laying foundation stones for Liquid Medical Oxygen Storage and distribution in seven districts

Bhubaneswar:25/6/21: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today   Laying foundation stones for Liquid Medical Oxygen (LMO) Storage and distribution in seven districts at Angul, Boudh, Deogarh, Dhenkanal, Gajapati, Bhawanipatna and Nuapada through video conferencing, Patnaik said that the State government is working to ensure that not a single Covid patient is deprived of health care.

He again thanked all doctors, health workers, ASHAs and Anganwadi workers for this.

The Chief Minister opined that with the development of health infrastructure, the fight against the Covid pandemic shall be further strengthened.

Patnaik inaugurated a Covid Ward with oxygen gas pipeline system at Sub Divisional Hospital (SDH) Athamalik; and Isolation Ward with oxygen gas pipeline system at SDH Pallahara, Madhapur and Kishorenagar Community Health, Primary Health Centres at Boinda and Thakuragarh; and District Vaccine Store (DVS) at new district headquarters hospital at Rajamunda, Deogarh.

Health & Family Welfare Minister Naba Kishore Das, Deputy Speaker of State Assembly Rajnikant Singh, Women & Child Development Minister Tukuni Sahu, Energy Minister Dibya Shankar Mishra, Dhenkanal MP Mahesh Sahu, Berhampur MP Chandrasekhar Sahu, Boudh MLA Pradip Amat, Nuapada MLA Rajendra Dholakia and others praised the Chief Minister for his foresight, development of health infrastructure and Odisha’s performance in the fight against Covid.

Secretary to Chief Minister (5T) VK Pandian conducted the programme.

While Additional Chief Secretary (Health) PK Mohapatra gave the welcome address, Managing Director of Odisha State Medical Corporation Ltd Yamini Sarangi offered the vote of thanks.

Chief Secretary Suresh Chandra Mahapatra, Works Secretary Krishan Kumar and other senior officers were present in the programme

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