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COVID-19 positive total tally in Odisha reached 142

Bhubaneswar:30/4/20: 14 more persons were tested COVID-19 positive in Odisha’s Jajpur district taking the total tally in the State to 142, informed the Information & Public Relations Department on Thursday.

As per the report, all the new cases are from the Katikata containment zone area in Jajpur district and they have West Bengal link.

The I&PR dept further informed that all the new positive cases are asymptomatic and the contact tracing & follow-up action is being done.

I & PR Department, Odisha

  2nd Health Update, 30 April

14 Positives in Jajpur
29 yr Male, 38 yr Male, 35 yr Male, 40 yr Female, 29 yr Male, 20 yr Female,
85 yr Female, 3 yr Male, 34 yr Male,

3 yr Female, 36 yr Female, 12 yr Male, 52 yr Female & 62 yr Male.
Total Positive Case:142

With this, the total active COVID-19 cases in Odisha now stands at 102. While 39 persons have recovered and discharged one has succumbed to the deadly virus.

I & PR Department, Odisha


  First Health Update, 30th April

03 New Positive Cases in Jajpur
18 yrs Female & 56 yrs Male
In Katikata containment area, Jajpur.
(Both contacts of earlier positive case. WB returnee)
65 yrs Male
(Kolkata returnee. Asymptomatic. Under quarantine)
Total Positive Cases: 128

Earlier in the day, three new COVID-19 Positive Cases in Jajpur were detected. While one patient was 18 yrs old Female the other one was 65 yrs old Male. Both of them are Kolkata returnee and asymptomatic.

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