Odisha reports 9 new COVID19 deaths Today, Toll rises to 710

BhuBaneswar: Odisha reports 9 new COVID19 deaths in the last 24 hours, toll mounts to 710.

Demise of nine Covid positive patients while under treatment in hospitals.
1.A 48 year old male of Balasore district.
2.A 30 year old female of Jagatsinghpur district who was also suffering from Myesthenia gravis.
3.A 54 year old male of Kandhamal district who was also suffering from Diabetes, hypertension.
4. A 38 year old male of Keonjhar district who was also suffering from Diabetes, hypertension & obesity.
5.A 59 year old male of Keonjhar district who was also suffering from Diabetes, hypertension & obesity .
6.A 90 year old male of Khordha district who was also suffering from Diabetes, hypertension.
7.A 74 year old male of Mayurbhanj district.
8.A 29 year old male of Nawarangpur district who was also suffering from Sickle Cell Disease with crisis.
9.A 51 year old male of Nayagarh district who was also suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease.

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