Odisha reports 226 Covid cases, 2 deaths

Bhubaneswar: A total of 226 Covid-19 positive cases including 33 in the 0-18 years age group have been detected positive in Odisha in the last 24 hours taking the tally to 10,46,088 informed the Information and Public Relations (I&PR) Department on Wednesday.

Among the 226 positives, 128 are quarantine cases and 98 are local contacts. However, 236 patients recovered in the State taking the total number of 10,34,995. Therefore, currently the active cases stands at 2657.

The details of local contacts will be shared by concerned District.

1. Balasore: 10
2. Bargarh: 1
3. Bhadrak: 4
4. Boudh: 1
5. Cuttack: 15
6. Deogarh: 1
7. Dhenkanal: 1
8. Ganjam: 2
9. Jagatsinghpur: 4
10. Jajpur: 8
11. Kalahandi: 3
12. Kendrapada: 3
13. Khurda: 114
14. Koraput: 2
15. Malkangiri: 2
16. Mayurbhanj: 6
17. Nayagarh: 3
18. Puri: 1
19. Sambalpur: 7
20. Sundargarh: 11

Besides the State Pool reported 27 Covid cases.

Meanwhile, as many as two COVID infected patients died in the last 24 hours, informed the State Health & Family Welfare Department on Tuesday taking the death toll to 8,383. Details of cases confirmed as death due to Covid-19, after due completion of death audit process:

1.A 60 years old Male of Bhubaneswar who was also suffering from Diabetes Mellitus.

2.A 70 years old Male of Mayurbhanja District who was also suffering from Diabetes Mellitus & Hypertension.

The department further stated that 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.

On the other hand, India reported 10,197 new cases in last 24 hours. As many as 12,134 recoveries and 301 deaths in the country. The active caseload stands at 1,28,555 which is lowest in 527 days. The daily positivity rate is 0.82%, less than 2%, for last 44 days.

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