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Omicron Odisha: Odisha Govt Announces New Guidelines From Dec 25 To Jan 2; Check Details

by RTD Journal
Omicron Updates: It Can Change the Course of COVID-19 Pandemic: WHO
Odisha Govt Announces New Guidelines: The Odisha government on Friday announced the following restrictions in the state from December 25 till January 2 for the safety of the public keeping an eye on the Omicron threat.

1. Christmas celebration shall be limited to Churches with a maximum of 50(fifty) persons joining the mass by strictly following COVID protocols and in terms of specific conditions as imposed by District Magistrates/Municipal Commissioners/ Local Authorities while permitting such mass, if any.

 

2. Zero Night celebration, Welcome to New Year in hotels, clubs, restaurants, parks, convention halls, Kalyan Mandaps, etc. is completely banned across the State.

 

3. No celebration other than marriage (but not receptions and ancillary functions) is allowed across the State.

 

4. Funeral rites is allowed with due COVID-19 protocols.

 

5. There shall be strict vigilance on crowding and gathering during the above occasions.

 

6. No community feast is also allowed.

 

7. No social gathering, rallies, orchestras, dances and other cultural. programmes shall be permitted.

 

 

Odisha Govt Announces New Guidelines

From Wikipedia

The Omicron variant is a variant of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. It was first reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) from South Africa on 24 November 2021.[1] On 26 November 2021, the WHO designated it as a variant of concern and named it “Omicron“, the fifteenth letter in the Greek alphabet.

The variant has an unusually large number of mutations, several of which are novel (see § Mutations) and a significant number of which affect the spike protein targeted by most COVID-19 vaccines at the time of discovering the Omicron variant.
This level of variation has led to concerns regarding its transmissibilityimmune system evasion, and vaccine resistance, despite initial reports indicating that the variant causes less serious disease than previous strains.
Odisha Govt Announces New Guidelines

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