With daily growth rate of cases has been reduced during last fortnight, it is expected that by 30 September, total cases will go up more than Two Lakhs.
According to official estimate current daily growth rate of cases is 2.18 Percent, which was 3.07 Percent in the last fortnight.
So the total cases will be 2.14 Lakh by 30 September as experts and public health specialists made a projection, official sources said.
This projection has been made on calculations based on Seven Days Moving Average, pointed out an official.
On 30 April there were only 142 active cases, which went up to 1948 on 31 May.
As on 30 June, active cases went up to 7065, while on 31 July, active cases in the state was 31,877.
On 15 August, it further went up to 57,126 and as on 31 august, active cases in Odisha crossed One Lakh Mark and it was 1,03,092.
With new cases, the state's novel corona virus tally increased to 1,62,920 on 15 September.
And as on 30 September total cases will be 2,14, 207 experts feel out of which active cases will be 39,821.
Recovered cases on 30 April was 39 on 31 May it was 1056, on 30 June it was 5289, which went up to 20, 518 as on 31 July.
On 15 August recovered cases was 40,727 , while on 15 September 1,29,859 which will go up to 1,73,508 by 30 September, as recovery rate is high in Odisha.
According to current availability of COVID Facilities as of now 8,046 Hospital Beds are available and ICU Beds are 1,070 and ventilators available are 479, officials say.
In the meantime additional beds in private hospitals for COVID has risen to 7042 and of which 3746 beds are available for COVID Patients as State Government has earmarked 50 Percent of the existing beds for COVID Patients in these hospitals.
While in these private hospitals 602 ICU Beds are available, 80 Percent Beds are earmarked for the COVID Patients, so 483 ICU Beds are available for COVID Care.
So far Plasma Therapy is concerned over 1300 Plasma Units are collected and over 1191 Units have been distributed among the critical patients.
While 980 patients received first Plasma Treatment, 150 patients received second dose of Plasma.
Plasma Therapy working well with 438 critical patients are stable and 280 critical patients recovered and discharged, while 113 are improving.
Plasma Therapy for critical COVID-19 patients was introduced in Odisha at the SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on 15 July.