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Total number of COVID-19 cases in Odisha surged to 1819 with 96 cases

Bhubaneswar:30/5/20: A total number of COVID-19 cases in Odisha surged to 1819 with 96 cases were confirmed positive today, informed State Health & Family Welfare Department.

According to the Department, a total of 3920 samples were tested in past 24 hours of which 96 samples came out positive for COVID-19. All the cases were reported from quarantine centres in 18 districts. With this, the number of active cases now stands at 833 in the State and 977 patients have recovered so far.

Out of 96 new cases, the highest number of cases was reported from Kendrapara and Gajapati districts with 10 each followed by Khordha district (9).

Here’re positive cases’ travel history: District Travel History and case details Tally

Kendrapara 10 cases: All in quarantine centres. 8 Gujarat, 1 Maharashtra and 1 Rajasthan returnees
Gajapati 10 cases: All in quarantine centres. Maharashtra returnees
Khordha 09 cases: All in quarantine centres. 5 Surat, 3 Maharashtra and 1 TN returnee
Bhadrak 07 cases: All in quarantine centres. 4 Gujarat, 2 West Bengal and 1 Maharashtra returnees
Balangir 07 cases: All in quarantine centres. Maharashtra returnees T
Sundergarh 07 cases: All in quarantine centres. Maharashtra returnees
Jagatsinghpur 06 cases: All in quarantine centres. 3 Maharashtra and 3 Tamil Nadu returnees
Cuttack 06 cases: All in quarantine centres. 1 Abu Dhabi, 1 Dubai and 4 Maharashtra returnees
Ganjam 06 cases: All in quarantine centres. Surat returnees
Jajpur 06 cases: All in quarantine centres. 4 Maharashtra, 1 West Bengal and 1 Gujarat returnees
Kalahandi 05 cases: All in quarantine centres. 2 Maharashtra, 1 Gujarat and 2 Telangana returnees
Nuapada 04 cases: All in quarantine centres. Maharashtra returnees
Balasore 04 cases: All in quarantine centres. 2 Maharashtra, 1 Gujarat and 1 Tamil Nadu returnees
Deogarh 04 cases: All in quarantine centres. TN returnees
Dhenkanal 02 cases: All in quarantine centres. Maharashtra returnees
Puri 01 case: In quarantine centre. West Bengal returnee
Nayagarh 01 case: In quarantine centre. Tamil Nadu returnee
Keonjhar 01 case: In quarantine centre. Telangana returnee

The positive cases detected on May 29:

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