(Bhubaneswar / Rajesh Sahu): The closure of the second wave of the corona was declared a deadline in the state on May 5 last year. It has been extended for 14 days, first until June 1 and then until June 5 at 5 p.m. As a result of the cuts, shopkeepers, like some other traders, have been affected. Many upscale shopkeepers are in trouble now. With that in mind, the state government has announced a package for shopkeepers.
The package has been announced for upscale shopkeepers in urban areas of the state. A total of Rs 27.28 crore has been sanctioned. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has sanctioned the money from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. The state government’s announcement of the package will benefit 4,758 upscale shops in the state.
Notably, the corona graph in the state is now facing down. In a few days, it was above 4,000 and 6,000, but now it has dropped to 6,000. In the last 24 hours, 54 coronary cases have been reported in the state. According to Health Director Vijay Mohapatra, the situation in the state will improve in the next 7-8 days.