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Odisha Covid-19 cases cross 30K-mark, 10 more succumb

Bhubaneswar: Odisha on Thursday reported 1203 new cases of coronavirus infection and ten more deaths due to the disease.

As per State I & PR Department, Covid-19 tally in Odisha rose to 30378 while the death toll increased to 169. Active cases have surged to 11235 while recoveries remain at 18938.

Among the fresh cases reported from 28 districts of the State, 758 positives were detected from quarantine centres while 445 are local contact cases.

On the other hand, a record 1298 Covid-19 detection tests were conducted in the last 24 hours in Odisha taking the total tests above 5-lakh. As per the government, the cumulative tests now stand at 500238.

Ganjam district has logged the highest 250 cases followed by Khurda with 220 positives. Cuttack comes next with 97 cases, Sundergarh (74), Gajapati (72) and Koraput (66), Malkangiri (65), Bhadrak (53), Jajpur (46) and Rayagada has 45 cases.

The health and family welfare department also shared the details of 10 Covid positive patients who succumbed while under treatment in hospitals.

1. 67-year old male of Sambalpur district who was also suffering from Hypertension.
2. A 60-year old female of Bhubaneswar who was also suffering from Diabetes.
3. A 43-year old male of Ganjam district.
4. A 47-year old male of Ganjam district.
5. A 65-year old male of Nayagarh district who was also suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease with Uremic Encephalopathy.
6. A 33-year old male of Ganjam district.
7. A 65-year old female of Ganjam district who was also suffering from Diabetes, Hypertension and Hypothyroidism.
8. A 71-year old male of Sundargarh district who was also suffering from Diabetes.
9. A 60-year old male of Bhubaneswar who was also suffering from Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease.
10. A-50 year old male of Rayagada district who was also suffering from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.

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