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Odisha’s total tally of positive cases to 294:Ganjam district has reached 89 the highest in the state

Bhubaneswar:9/5/20: Five more persons were tested COVID-19 positive in Ganjam district taking Odisha’s total tally of positive cases to 294, informed the State I&PR Department.

The patients- 39 yr Male, 49 yr Male, 16 yr Male 48 yr Male & 45 yr Male- are all Surat returnees, symptomatic and in quarantine. The contact tracing and follow-up action are being done, the I&PR Dept stated.

I & PR Department, Odisha

 @IPR_Odisha
  6th Health Update, 9th May

Five positive cases in Ganjam
39 yr Male, 49 yr Male, 16 yr Male 48 yr Male & 45 yr Male
(Surat returnees In quarantine All symptomatic)
Contact tracing and follow-up action is being done.
Total Positive Case: 294

 As per the analysis, COVID-19 positive cases in Odisha now stands at 294 with 224 active cases, 68 recoveries and two casualties. The total tally of COVID-19 positive in Ganjam district has reached 89 the highest in the state.So far 112 Surat returnees have been tested COVID-19 positive in eight districts among which 88 are from Ganjam district.

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