Coronavirus: 987 New Cases Of Infection Reported In Odisha, 13 Dead

Bhubaneswar: After 110 days in Odisha, the number of new cases of corona virus infection is below 1,000. On Tuesday, 987 new cases were reported, after which the total number of infected persons increased to 3,03,780. An official of the health department said that 13 people died due to infection, after which the number of dead people increased to 1,454.

A senior official said that cases of corona virus infection in Odisha have come down for the first time since July 20. He said that this was possible due to the dedicated efforts of the Corona warriors. He informed that new cases of infection have been reported from 29 out of 30 districts. 572 cases have been reported from isolation centers, after which information about the remaining cases was discovered during contact search.

He informed that maximum 107 new cases have been reported in Sandurgarh district. At the same time, less than 100 cases have been reported in other districts. The Department of Health and Family Welfare informed about 13 deaths due to infection. The state is currently undergoing treatment for 12,584 people and 2,89,689 patients have become healthy.

Let me tell you that the cases of corona infection across the country have crossed the figure of 85 lakhs and reached close to 86 lakhs. So far 85 lakh 91 thousand 730 corona infection cases have been reported across the country. Out of which more than 1 lakh 27 thousand have died so far. At the same time, in the cases of 79 lakh 63 thousand 457 corona infection, the patients have been sent home after successful treatment. Currently 5 lakh 1 thousand 214 corona infected are being treated in hospitals.

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