Big news : 25 more COVID-19 positive identified in Odisha ; 24 from Ganjam and 1 from Bhubaneswar
Bhubaneswar: 25 more COVID-19 positive identified in Odisha . Another bad news for the people of the state. Another 25 people have been diagnosed with coronadisease. Of these, 24 were from Ganjam district and one from Bhubaneswar. The information was provided by the state government’s Department of Health and Family Welfare. A total of 271 corona positives have been identified so far in the state. In the Ganjam district, the number of Corona attackers has risen to 71.
In Ganjam district, 19 people were diagnosed with coronary heart disease this morning. A total of 43 corona positives have been identified in the district today, bringing the number to 71. But in just 6 days, corona has topped the map. For the first time in Ganjam district, a 17-year-old man and a 22-year-old man were positively identified. A day later, another corona was positively identified and on the 7th. However, 17 people were diagnosed with coronary heart disease in Ganjam district yesterday morning and seven more in the evening. Surat Feranta is one of the 100 people positively identified from the Ganjam district.
As of midnight yesterday, 52,974 RT PCA samples had been tested in the state. A total of 271 corona cases have been identified from 18 districts. A maximum of 71 cases of coronary heart disease have been identified in Ganjam district. The second highest number is 55 from Jajpur district, 51 from Khordha district, 27 from Baleshwar district, 24 from Bhadrak district, 12 from Sundergarh district, 8 from Kendrapara district, 5 from Jagatsinghpur district, 4 from Mayurbhanj district, 4 from Balangir, Jharsuguda, Kendujhar, Cuttack and Kalahandi districts. 2–2 corona cases have been identified. In addition, a coroner has been identified from Koraput, Devgarh and Dhenkanal Puri districts. The state has so far recovered 63 coronary heart disease patients while 206 active patients are being treated at various Covid hospitals. Only two people have been killed in the corona infection.