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Total of 295 fresh Covid-19 cases were reported from Bhubaneswar :12 more have lost their battle to Covid

Bhubaneswar13/7/21:: A total of 295 fresh Covid-19 cases were reported from the city in the last 24 hours, according to the update shared by the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) this evening.
The civic body has confirmed that as many as 12 more have lost their battle to Covid in the city.
And with this, the death toll due to Covid in the city has mounted to 532.
The city as on date has 1,103 active Covid cases and cumulatively the city has reported a total of 94,273 cases.
Meanwhile, 316 have recovered from Covid-19 in the city, the BMC said and added that the total number of recovered cases has reached 92,617.
Out of the fresh cases detected in the city, the BMC said 242 are local contact cases while the remaining 53 are quarantine cases.
Below is the detailed list of the new Covid-19 cases reported from the city:


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