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COVID-19 toll in Odisha crossed 6000-mark and reached 6033 as the state reported 67 more deaths

Bhubaneswar: 2/8/21:The COVID-19 toll in Odisha crossed 6000-mark and reached 6033 as the state reported 67 more deaths due to the virus.

Khurda district registered highest 12 fatalities, followed by Sundargarh (11) and Cuttack (10).

District Confirmed Active Recovered Deceased Oth. Death
Angul
42,656 [+48]
331 [+45]
42,065
260 [+3]
0
Balasore
38,091 [+36]
932 [+34]
36,962
192 [+2]
5
Bargarh
30,720 [+8]
103 [+7]
30,327
290 [+1]
0
Bhadrak
25,434 [+47]
659 [+44]
24,685
86 [+3]
4
Bolangir
23,184 [+4]
56 [+4]
23,026
102
0
Boudh
12,512 [+2]
59 [+2]
12,348
105
0
Cuttack
86,950 [+154]
1,962 [+144]
84,627
357 [+10]
4
Deogarh
6,175 [+8]
67 [+8]
6,070
38
0
Dhenkanal
19,097 [+25]
370 [+20]
18,602
125 [+5]
0
Gajapati
9,505 [+6]
37 [+6]
9,385
82
1
Ganjam
33,436 [+8]
66 [+4]
32,915
447 [+4]
8
Jagatsinghapur
25,491 [+82]
674 [+78]
24,714
103 [+4]
0
Jajpur
41,192 [+43]
800 [+42]
40,317
74 [+1]
1
Jharsuguda
23,592 [+3]
45 [+1]
23,390
157 [+2]
0
Kalahandi
24,140 [+6]
67 [+6]
23,875
198
0
Kandhamal
11,330 [+10]
162 [+10]
11,093
75
0
Kendrapara
23,387 [+18]
455 [+16]
22,792
139 [+2]
1
Kendujhar
20,399 [+23]
160 [+22]
20,107
130 [+1]
2
Khordha
1,50,499 [+237]
4,261 [+225]
1,45,063
1,165 [+12]
10
Koraput
18,843 [+9]
138 [+9]
18,632
73
0
Malkangiri
11,478 [+6]
66 [+6]
11,364
45
3
Mayurbhanj
38,697 [+20]
448 [+20]
38,035
211
3
Nabarangpur
23,448 [+6]
68 [+6]
23,315
63
2
Nayagarh
22,567 [+30]
391 [+30]
22,025
149
2
Nuapada
22,787 [+1]
45 [+1]
22,663
79
0
Puri
43,533 [+82]
987 [+76]
42,175
368 [+6]
3
Rayagada
19,789 [+8]
134 [+8]
19,496
159
0
Sambalpur
30,501 [+19]
125 [+19]
30,200
176
0
Subarnapur
13,064 [+10]
143 [+10]
12,874
47
0
Sundargarh
60,790 [+23]
337 [+12]
59,911
538 [+11]
4
State Pool
26,450 [+50]
902 [+50]
25,548
0
0

Odisha also reported 1032 fresh COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours while a total of 67131 samples were tested in the state, yesterday. The Test Positivity Rate (TPR) for the day stood at 1.53%.

Khurda district registered the highest 237 fresh infections, followed by Cuttack (154), Jagatsinghpur (82), and Puri (82).

With this, the COVID-19 tally in the state reached 979737 with 15050 active cases.

Below are district-wise figures of the new cases.
1. Angul: 48
2. Balasore: 36
3. Bargarh: 8
4. Bhadrak: 47
5. Balangir: 4
6. Boudh: 2
7. Cuttack: 154
8. Deogarh: 8
9. Dhenkanal: 25
10. Gajapati: 6
11. Ganjam: 8
12. Jagatsinghpur: 82
13. Jajpur: 43
14. Jharsuguda: 3
15. Kalahandi: 6
16. Kandhamal: 10
17. Kendrapada: 18
18. Keonjhar: 23
19. Khurda: 237
20. Koraput: 9
21. Malkangiri: 6
22. Mayurbhanj: 20
23. Nabarangpur: 6
24. Nayagarh: 30
25. Nuapada: 1
26. Puri: 82
27. Rayagada: 8
28. Sambalpur: 19
29. Sonepur: 10
30. Sundargarh: 23
31. State Pool: 50

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Ashok Palit has completed his graduation from Upendranath College Soro, Balasore and post graduation from Utkal University in Odia Language and literture.. He has also carved out a niche for himself as a scribe of eminence after joining the profession in 1988. He is also an independent media production professional. He brings loads of experience to Advanced Media, Ashok Palit as a cineaste has been active in film criticism for over three decades. As a film society activist, he soared to eminence for his profound commitment to the art film appreciation and aesthetics of cinema. His mode of discourse is often erudite but always lucid and comprehensible marked by a perfect acumen so rare in the field. A film aesthete with an immense fond of critical sensibilities, he wrote about growth and development of odia cinema in New Indian Express, The Times of India, The Hindustan Times, The Asian Age and Screen. He has been working as an Editor for Cine Samaya from 2002-2004.. He had made solid contribution on cinema in many odia Dailies and weekly such as Samaj, Prajatantra, Dharatri, Samaya, Satabadi, and weekly Samaya.

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