Bhubaneswar: Another positive has been identified as tensions continue over four British returnees who have come to Odisha. The victim is from the capital. In addition, a total of seven cases of infection have been identified in the capital, while the number has risen to six in the state. On the other hand, the work of identifying the returnees, who could not be identified before, has already been expedited. So far, 160 British returnees have been identified. In the last one month, 141 people have returned to Odisha from the UK. In the UK, efforts have been made to identify the new strain (B.1.1.7) from the corona virus in the UK. Some of the returnees had trouble identifying them from the beginning for the wrong phone number and address. Many returnees, especially those returning to the capital, have been embroiled in controversy. To this end, BMC has started identification work through 4 RRTs. Efforts are underway by the BMC to identify a total of six returnees. There are 17 people from Khordha village. Of the 62 BMC returnees, 50 have so far been contacted. Twelve people could not be reached. Of the 50 returnees contacted, 15 were sampled. A total of 207 samples were collected, including four contacted with 140 returnees identified in the state. Others will be identified and their samples will be collected soon, a senior health official said. Earlier, three samples were sent to the National Institute of Virology for genetic testing, while other samples were sent to the Institute of Biology or ILS4. However, it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.