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COVID-19 positive in Bhadrak district today taking the tally for total positive cases in Odisha to 94.

Bhubaneswar:24/4/20: Four more persons were tested COVID-19 positive in Bhadrak district today taking the tally for total positive cases in Odisha to 94.

The State I&PR department, in a tweet, informed that all the cases are male (40 Yrs Male, 29 Yrs Male, 41 Yrs Male & 24 Yrs Male), two each from Tihidi and Dhamnagar blocks of the district.

All of them are West Bengal returnees. Contact tracing and follow-up action is being done, the I&PR Dept added.

I & PR Department, Odisha

@IPR_Odisha

 2nd Health Update, 24th April, 2020

Four New Positive Cases in Bhadrak

40 Yrs Male, 29 Yrs Male, 41 Yrs Male & 24 Yrs Male

Two each from Tihidi and Dhamnagar Blocks.

(All West Bengal Returnees)

Contact tracing and followup action is being done.

Total Positive Cases: 94

Earlier today, one person, a 40-years-old male, was tested COVID-19 positive and a West Bengal returnee. Contact tracing and follow-up action is being done.

I & PR Department, Odisha

@IPR_Odisha

 First Health Update, 24th April, 2020

One New Positive case in Bhadrak

40 Years Male.
(West Bengal Returnee)

Contact tracing and followup action is being done.

Total no of Positive Cases: 90

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