Sundergarh reports the highest Covid deaths in Odisha, See details

Bhubaneswar: As many as 17 patients have succumbed to Covid in Odisha, informed the State Health and Welfare Department on Sunday.

The total death toll in the State now stands at 9,011.

Details of cases confirmed as death due to Covid-19, after due completion of the death audit process:

1.A 38 years old Male of Balasore District.

2.A 85 years old Male of Balasore District.

3.A 52 years old Male of Balasore District.

4.A 62 years old Male of Balasore District.

5. A 67 years old Male of Balasore District who was also suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease, Hypertension, Dibetes Mellitus.

6.A 52 years old Female of Balasore District who was also suffering from Diabetes Mellitus.

7.A 64 years old Female of Ganjam District who was also suffering from Hypertension.

8.A 61 years old Male of Ganjam District.

9.A 36 years old Male of Kalahandi District.

10.A 70 years old Female of Puri District who was also suffering from Coronary Artery Disease & Acute coronary syndrome.

11.A 42 years old Female of Sundargarh District who was also suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease.

12.A 34 years old Male of Sundargarh District who was also suffering from Chronic Liver Disease.

13.A 72 years old Male of Sundargarh District who was also suffering from Asthma, Hepatitis, Hypothyroid.

14.A 40 years old Male of Sundargarh District who was also suffering from Chronic Liver Disease.

15.A 47 years old Male of Sundargarh District who was also suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease & Hypertension.

16.A 52 years old Male of Sundargarh District who was also suffering from Hypertension & Chronic Kidney Disease.

17.A 29 years old Female of Sundargarh District who was also suffering from Chronic Liver Disease.

NOTE: This list does not reflect deaths occurring on a particular day. It gives details of past deaths for which the death audit process has been duly completed and the cause of death has been identified as due to Covid-19.

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