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COVID-19 positive cases in Odisha mounted to 125

Bhubaneswar:29/4/20: The COVID-19 positive cases in Odisha mounted to 125 as three more persons from Balasore district were tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday, informed the Information and Public Relations department.

As per reports, the three new positive cases are 44-yr-old Male, 61-yr-old Male & 63-yr-old Male, all hailing from Balasore and Kolkata returnees. With this, the total positive cases in Balasore district went up to 19.

All the cases are asymptomatic and the cases were in quarantine, the I&PR Dept informed, and added that contact tracing and follow-up action is being done.

With this, the number of active COVID-19 positive cases in Odisha now stands at 85, as 39 persons have recovered and one has succumbed to the deadly virus. The total number of recoveries in Bhubaneswar now stands at 27 with one recovery reported today.

I & PR Department, Odisha


  3rd Health Update, 29 April

Three Positive Case in Balasore
44 yr Male, 61 yr Male & 63 yr Male
(All Kolkata returnees. All asymptomatic. All were in quarantine)
Contact tracing and follow-up action is being done.
Total Positive Case: 125


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