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COVID-19 positive cases in Odisha went up to 60.

Bhubaneswar:14/4/20: Four more COVID-19 positive cases have been detected from Jharpada and Bomikhal areas in the Capital City, the State Government informed on Tuesday.

According to reports, three cases are from Bomikhal and one from the Jharpada area of Bhubaneswar. With this, the total number of COVID-19 positive cases in Odisha went up to 60.

The I&PR department also shared the travel history of the case no 57, 58, 59 and 60.

As per reports, the case no 57 is a 50-year-old male from Bomikhal containment area and a neighbour of other positive cases 7, 8, 22 and 39. As per his travel details, the patient remained in his home at Babylon Apartment in Jayadurga Nagar of Bomikhal since lockdown from March 22 to April 13. Asymptomatic: Sample collected as part of surveillance in the containment zone and tested positive on April 14. The patient was shifted to KIMS COVID Hospital, Bhubaneswar on April 14.

The case no 58 is a 51-year-old female from Bomikhal containment area and a neighbour of other positive cases in the area. As per her travel details, the patient remained in her home at Babylon Apartment in Jayadurga Nagar of Bomikhal since lockdown from March 22 to April 13. Asymptomatic: Sample collected as part of surveillance in containment zone and tested positive on April 14. The patient was shifted to KIMS COVID Hospital, Bhubaneswar on April 14.

The case no 59 is a 75-year-old Male from Bomikhal containment area and a neighbour of other positive cases in the area. As per his travel details, the patient remained in his home at Babylon Apartment in Jayadurga Nagar of Bomikhal since lockdown from March 22 to April 13. Asymptomatic: Sample collected as part of surveillance in containment zone and tested positive on April 14. The patient was shifted to KIMS COVID Hospital, Bhubaneswar on April 14.

The case no 60 is a 75-year-old Male from Jharpada area and contact of case no 42. As per his travel details, the patient stayed at home at Niladrigara in Jharpada from March 22 to April 13. He had occasional visits to Kesura Bazaar, Rasulgarh Hatta and Palasuni from grocery and vegetables from March 22 to April 13. Sample collected as contact case and tested positive on April 14. The patient was shifted to KIMS COVID Hospital, Bhubaneswar on April 14.

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