Bhubaneswar: Odisha continues to maintain its trend of registering more recoveries than the fresh positive cases of COVID-19 in a single day.
The State has been reporting single day recovery of over 2,000 cases, while the positive cases continue to drop below 2000 in a day for the last several days.
While 2613 patients have recuperated from the novel coronavirus, 1695 persons tested positive for the virus in a day, as per the data given by the Health and Family Welfare Department.
Of the latest recoveries, 342 are from Khordha, 281 from Cuttack, 228 from Sundargarh, 199 from Mayurbhanj, 145 from Angul, 106 from Balasore, 86 from Puri, 85 from Sonepur, 84 from Kendrapara, 75 from Jajpur, 70 from Nuapada, 69 from Bargarh, 69 from Bolangir, 67 from Jharsuguda, 66 from Keonjhar, 60 from Bhadrak, 55 from Jagatsinghpur, 54 from Sambalpur, 49 from Dhenkanal, 49 from Kalahandi, 46 from Boudh, 42 from Ganjam, 38 from Malkangiri, 33 from Kandhamal, 33 from Koraput, 33 from Nabarangpur, 30 from Nayagarh, 27 from Rayagada, 14 from Gajapati, 9 from Deogarh and 69 from State Pool.
Similarly, Odisha registered 2377 recoveries and 1913 new cases on Friday, 2128 recoveries and 1793 new cases on Thursday, 2716 recoveries and 1913 new cases on Wednesday, 2622 recoveries and 1931 positive cases on Tuesday, and 2738 recoveries and 1904 new cases on Monday.
The total recovered cases of Odisha now stand at 262031 and the active cases came down to 16269.