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J&K Reports 428 New Covid-19 Cases, 7 Deaths

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir reported 428 new covid-19 cases, 36 of them travelers, while seven persons succumbed to the virus in the last 24 hours, officials said on Tuesday.

They said 148 cases from reported Jammu Division and 280 from Kashmir Valley, taking the total count to 312584.

Regarding the fatalities, they said, there were reported from Jammu Division and four from Kashmir Valley, taking the death to 4269.

Providing the district-wide details, the officials told GNS that Srinagar reported 104 cases, Baramulla 25, Budgam 25, Pulwama 28, Kupwara 29, Anantnag 15, Bandipora 15, Ganderbal 15, Kulgam 23, Shopian 1, Jammu 32, Udhampur 4, Rajouri 29, Doda 23, Kathua 6, Samba 4, Kishtwar 7, Poonch 22, Ramban 8 and Reasi  13.

Moreover, they said, 999 more COVID-19 patients have recovered—402 from Jammu Division and 597 from Kashmir, taking the total number of patients who have recovered so far to 301134. There are 7181 active cases—2619 in Jammu and 4562 in Kashmir.

No new confirmed case of mucormycosis (black fungus) has been reported today, they said. Till now 25 confirmed cases of black fungus have been reported in J&K.

Meanwhile number of the new cases were confirmed at CD hospital and GMC Anantnag diagnostic laboratories.

The CD cases include male (27) (NA) from Gang, female (45) (NA) from Seer, female (38) (NA) from Safakadal, female (22) (NA) from Bemina, female (75) (NA) from Malangpora pulwama, male (65) (NA) from Sgr, male (36) (NA) from Chadoora, female (80) (NA) from Handwara, female (38) (NA) from Ompora Budgam, male (52) (NA) from Hajin, female (65) (NA) from Habakadal, female (55) (NA) from Chadoora, male (NA) from Sgr, female (30) (NA) from Dalgate, male (05) (NA) from Dalgate, female (42) (NA) from Bemina, male (27) (NA) from HMT, male (56) (NA) from Bemina, male (37) (NA) from Batamaloo, male (49) (NA) from Badamwari, female (24) (NA) from Pampore, female (50) (NA) from Bagi mehtab, male (65) (NA) from Bemina, male (30) (NA) from Batamaloo, female (44) (NA) from Bemina, female (46) (NA) from Bemina, female (45) (NA) from Batamaloo, male (32) (NA) from Bemina, male (32) (NA) from Nawakadal, female (01) (NA) from Nawakadal, female (60) (NA) from Bemina, female (28) (NA) from Nawabazar, female (30) (NA) from Zoonimar, female (50) (NA) from Fatehkadal, male (36) (NA) from Tailbal, male (24) (NA) from Harwan, male (25) (NA) from Kangan, female (40) (NA) from Tailbal, female (22) (NA) from Zakura, female (65) (NA) from Naseembagh, male (40) (NA) from Zakura, male (24) (NA) from Nishat, male (75) (NA) from Kanitar, female (25) (NA) from Elahibagh, female (28) (NA) from Elahibagh, female (33) (NA) from Dara, female (50) (NA) from Bemina, male (25) (NA) from Nowshera, female (14) (NA) from Rangpora, female (65) (NA) from Lalbazar, male (35) (NA) from Lalbazar, male (40) (NA) from Lalbazar, female (25) (NA) from Eidgah, female (29) (NA) from Eidgah, female (50) (NA) from Zoonimar, female (65) (NA) from Bemina, female (60) (NA) from Budgam, female (55) (NA) from Sgr, female (90) (NA) from Khaniyar, female (65) (NA) from Murran pulwama, male (70) (NA) from Murran pulwama and female (38) (NA) from Murran Pulwama.

GMC cases Male (28) from Larkipora, male (30) from Narpora, male (30) from Soaf Kokernag, male (40) from Soaf Kokernag, male (60) from Lehan dajan, female (24) from Achabal, female (50) from Monghal, female (45) from Qazigund, female (75) from Wantrag, male (22) from Anantnag, female (47) from Anchidoora, male (37) from Anantnag, male (31) from Jablipora Bhijbehara, female (23) from Anchidoora, male (32) from Kokernag, male (41) from Pushwara, female (50) from Tachloo, female (21) from Sethar Bhijbehara, female (57) from Dooru, male (75) (NA) from Bundzoo, male (35) (NA) from Gorinard, male (35) (NA) from Katsoo, male (50) from C I Dass, male (27) (NA) from Cheeki Wanigund, male (21) from Veerinag Dooru, male (08) from Dooru and female (17) (NA) from Verinag Thokerpora.

“People are informed that, the best way to protect themselves from COVID-19 is by getting vaccinated for COVID-19 at their turn, maintaining physical distance of at least 6 feet from others, frequently cleaning hands with an alcohol based hand sanitizer or washing them with soap and water and following good respiratory etiquettes & hygiene,” they said. As a measure for social distancing in public places and workplaces, they said, wearing a face cover is compulsory. (GNS)

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