Bhubaneswar: Odisha government’s technical advisor on COVID-19, Jayant Panda on Sunday said that the State may end up with an overall of around 25,000 to 30,000 positive cases by the end of July.
” The overall number of COVID-19 positive cases in Odisha may reach around 25,000-30,000 along with an addition of around 50 more fatalities by the end of this month,” stated Panda.
Nevertheless, he declared that the appealing outcomes of Plasma Therapy might be able to decrease the death toll and become a game-changer in the battle against the infection.
” The efforts to stop COVID-19 infections might not work as the cases will continue to increase, however there is absolutely nothing to panic. We will continue our efforts to conserve lives with all the readily available measures,” said the medical professional.
On reports of neighborhood transmission in Bhubaneswar, Panda said Sero-survey has actually shown that there is no such transmission in the Smart city as out of the 900 gathered samples, anti-body was discovered just in 2 per cent people.
He further said that the variety of COVID-19 infections will continue to increase in Bhubaneswar as many individuals are travelling to the Capital city on routine basis.
” Recovery rate is encouraging in Odisha. If 10,000 more individuals get contaminated in the remaining days of this month, as many individuals will likewise recuperate. Individuals ought to not panic as prompt detection, testing, admissions and treatment will assist combat the pandemic effectively,” he included.
Meanwhile, 515 COVID-19 patients recuperated in Odisha on Sunday as the healing tally touched12452 The greatest 199 individuals recuperated from the disease in Ganjam district, 80 from Khurda, 40 from Jajpur, 37 from Sundergarh and 28 from Cuttack.
Similarly, 20 patients recovered from Keonjhar, 18 from Jagatsinghpur, 15 from Balasore, 13 each from Jharsuguda and Bargarh, 9 each from Mayurbhanj, and Rayagada, 8 from Bolangir, 7 from Bhadrak, 6 each from Gajapati and Puri, 5 from Koraput and 1 case each from Angul and Kendrapara districts.
( Edited By Suryakant Jena)