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3,363 more Covid patients recover in Odisha

Bhubaneswar: 13/9/20: Another 3,363 COVID patients have recovered and are being discharged on Sunday. This was informed by the state Health Department on Twitter. As many as 806 from Khordha, 348 from Cuttack, 280 from Puri, 206 from Mayurbhanj, 173 from Rayagada, 144 from Bhadrak, 120 from Sundargarh, 119 from Jharsuguda, 116 from Bargarh, 110 from Ganjam, 89 from Kalahandi, 87 from Sonepur, 85 from Kandhamal, 71 from Koraput, 66 from Balasore, 66 from Sambalpur, 65 from Boudh, 58 from Nayagarh, 51 from Keonjhar, 44 from Kendrapara, 40 from Jajapur, 39 from Bolangir, 31 from Jagatsinghpur, 29 from Gajapati, 28 from Anugul, 25 from Dhenkanal, 24 from Nabarangpur, 22 from Malkangiri, 17 from Nuapada and 4 from Deogarh have been cured.The total recovered cases of Odisha now stand at 1,18,642.


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