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Three more persons have tested positive for novel coronavirus from Bhadrak

Bhadrak:22/4/20: Three more persons have tested positive for novel coronavirus from Bhadrak district of Odisha on Tuesday. This was informed by the State Health and Family Welfare department today.

The three persons, all residents of Basudevpur block of the district, have travel history to Kolkata, informed district administration.

A record number of 2027 RT PCR tests were conducted yesterday in the state, the department said in a tweet. A total of 13775 such tests have been done in Odisha so far.

H & FW Dept Odisha

  Record number of RTPCR tests were conducted yesterday.

Total: 2027
RMRC: 1234
SCB: 378
MKCG: 41
ILS: 192
IGH: 51
Apollo: 21
We appreciate the dedication and hard work of all the microbiologists, technicians and other support staff of these laboratories.

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