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Pradeep Singh

Bhubaneswar: Odisha on Sunday reported its highest single-day COVID-19 recovery, as 290 more patients recovered from the disease, informed the State Health and Family Welfare Department.

According to the Health department, highest 99 patients have recovered from Ganjam, 56 from Gajapati, 33 from Jharsuguda, 16 each from Cuttack and Nabarangpur, 15 from Balasore, 11 from Sambalpur and 10 from Khurda districts.

Similarly, 8 patients recuperated in Mayurbhanj while 6 each recovered from Keonjhar and Puri, 5 from Jagatsinghpur, 3 from Nayagarh, 2 each from Bargarh and Koraput and 1 each from Jajpur and Sundergarh districts.

With this, the total recovered cases of the State now stand at 6224.

Odisha today recorded 469 new COVID-19 cases, taking the State’s tally to 9070. The COVID-19 death toll in the State also rose to 36 with two more persons succumbing to the disease.

The deaths were reported from Gajapati and Sundergarh districts. One more non-COVID death was also reported from the State today.

Of the 469 new cases, highest 116 cases were reported from Ganjam, followed by 94 cases from Cuttack, 66 cases from Sundergarh and 27 from Khurda districts. Besides, four NDRF personnel, who returned from Cyclone Amphan duty in West Bengal, also tested positive for the virus.

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