Khordha & Bhadrak among 170 COVID-19 Hotspot Districts in India

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TNI Bureau: The Centre has classified 170 districts across the country as COVID-19 ‘Hotspot (Red Zone) based large number of +VE cases and high growth rate. In addition, 207 districts have been classified as Non-Hotspot districts. Rest are listed as ‘non infected districts’ (Green Zone).

From Odisha, Khordha and Bhadrak districts have been listed as ‘Hotspot Districts’.

‘Hotspot (Red zone) classification’ is aimed at focusing attention on districts/cities reporting large number of cases/high growth rate.

lnclusion Criteria:

πŸ‘‰ Highest case load districts contributing to more than 80% of cases in lndia or

πŸ‘‰ Highest case load districts contributing to more than 80% of cases for each state in lndia or

πŸ‘‰ Districts with doubling rate less than 4 days (calculated every Monday for last 7 days, to be determined by the state government) Subject to the following exclusion criteria o No new confirmed cases for last 28 days (Green zone).

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Districts from Odisha in the Central List:

πŸ‘‰ From Odisha, Khordha district finds a place in the ‘List of Hotspot Districts with large Outbreaks’.

πŸ‘‰ Bhadrak District finds a place in the ‘List of Hotspot Districts with Clusters’.

πŸ‘‰ Cuttack, Dhenkanal, Kalahandi, Puri, Sundargarh, Jajpur and Kendrapara are listed in the ‘Non-Hotspots Districts reporting cases’.

Β Here’s the Complete List:Β 

COVID Hotspot Districts

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