As many as 424 persons tested positive on Sunday — 42% rise in infection in 24 hours
Odisha on Sunday registered a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases prompting the State government to postpone the proposed opening of primary classes from January 3.
As many as 424 persons tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 on Sunday — 42% rise in infection in 24 hours. On Saturday, 298 persons were found infected.
The daily cases crossed the 400-mark for the first time in the past two months. On October 30, the daily tally had last recorded 488 new infections.