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COVID-19 cases in Odisha rose to 44 on Thursday

Bhubaneswar:9/4/20: The COVID-19 cases in Odisha rose to 44 on Thursday after the detection of two more positive cases. As per the State health & family welfare department, a 51-year-old female in Dhenkanal town has tested positive for the coronavirus.

Today’s second case has been admitted to a private hospital in Bhubaneswar. The patient is a 69-year-old male from Medinipur in West Bengal who was brought in ambulance directly from WB. The department said that further details will be released during today’s press briefing.

H & FW Dept Odisha

 @HFWOdisha
 2 new COVID-19 POSITIVE cases confirmed so far today.
1 Dhenkanal town case, female 51 years
1 patient of a Bhubaneswar based private hospital , male 69 years of Medinipur, WB. Brought in ambulance directly from WB. Further details will be released during daily press briefing.

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