Bhubaneswar: Covid rules will be strictly observed in Odisha again. In Maharashtra, covid infections are on the rise and the situation like Lockdown is on the rise in Odisha. Pradeep Mohapatra, Additional Chief Secretary to the Department of Health, has written a letter warning all district magistrates, metropolitan corporations and the police department. Additional Chief Secretary Pradeep Kumar Mohapatra has written to all the district magistrates, Bhubaneswar-Cuttack police commissioners, all municipal commissioners, DCPs, SDPs, CDM4Os and PH7Os urging them to tighten the covenants. “In some states, including Maharashtra, the incidence of coronavirus infections is on the rise,” he said. “If we do not take the necessary precautions, there is a risk of coronary heart disease in our state.” “Strict measures must be taken to prevent the spread of the disease,” he said in a letter. Testing will be emphasized with a cut in crowded places. According to the website of the Department of Health, 3,36,513 people have been infected since March 15 last year, when the first person in the state, Karona, was positively identified. Of these, 1,616 died and 3,33,060 recovered. The treatment of 57 active victims is still ongoing.