18 more covid deaths, 1013 fresh cases reported in JK
Srinagar: A senior national conference leader and former legislator Thakur Rachpal Singh was among 18 more persons who died due to covid-19 during the last 24 hours, taking the fatality count to 806. Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir reported 1013 fresh covid cases.
Official sources said that among the victims, ten were from Kashmir Valley and eight others from Jammu division.
Among those who succumbed to the virus include three each from Srinagar and Baramulla besides one each from Pulwama, Kulgam, Shopian and Budgam.
Regarding Jammu, they said, four of the victims were from winter capital two from Rajouri and one each from Kathua and Doda.
They said 69-year-old Rachpal Singh, a resident of Sialsui village of Kalakote in Rajouri, was admitted to the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Narayana Superspeciality hospital at Kakriyal in Reasi on September 5 after testing positive for the virus, they said.
He was suffering from fever, cough and also complained of breathlessness, they said.
“He breathed his last after suffering a massive heart attack in the early hours of Monday.”
They said a 74-year-old from Jagati Colony Jammu died at super specialty hospital where he was shifted from GMC Jammu, eight days after he was admitted with hypertension, type2 diabetes mellitus, hypothroism, CKD and severe left ventricular dysfunction.
They said a 58-year-old woman, diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus, DKA with bilateral community acquired pneumonia died last night at GMC Jammu.
They said 72-year-old man from Krishna Colony Kathua who was admitted to Chest Disease Hospital and diagnosed with Bilateral CAP with covid-19 positive died last night.
They said a 73-year-old man from Bhaderwah in Doda district died at Chest Disease Hospital Jammu, four days after he was admitted to the hospital. “He was suffering from type 2 diabetes mellitus and hyperthyroidism and died late last night,” a doctor at the hospital said.
The doctor said 1 78-year-old man from Jewel Canal Road Jammu died at GMC Jammu, a week after he was admitted as a case of “chronic liver disease, portal hypertension, acute kidney infection, repiratory distress and hepato biliary syndrome. “The patient died at 7.30.a.m.”
Official sources said that a-55-year-old from Boniyar Uri who was admitted at a hospital here and diagnosed with bilateral CAP died today.
Also, they said a 63-year-old woman from Tral Pulwama died at SKIMS Bemina, one of the exclusive facilities for the covid-19 patients. She was admitted to the hospital on September 1 and died today, they said.
They said a 73-year-old from Parranpillan Uri died at around 8:30 hours today. “He was diagnosed with T2DM, HTN, multiple myeloma, BHP and bilateral CAP.”
A 70-year-old from Watergam Baramulla as case of “severe Covid pneumonia” died a after he was admitted to the SMHS hospital here. “He died at around 6:30 a.m. today,” they said.
A 65-year-old woman from Raujori Jammu, admitted on September 4, died at SKIMS Soura today.
She was suffering from “T2DM, Peritoneal collection with access with septic shock with MODS and COD.”
With these deaths, officials said, 806 people have succumbed to the virus in Jammu and Kashmir so far. Among them, they said, 699 were from the Valley while 106 others from Jammu division.
Srinagar district with 240 deaths tops the list followed by Baramulla (108), Budgam (66), Pulwama (59), Anantnag (53), Kupwara (54), Jammu (67), Kulgam (39), Shopian (29), Bandipora (26), Ganderbal (25), Kathua (10), Rajouri (8), Doda (6), Poonch (5), Udhampur (4), Samba (4) and Ramban (1).
Meanwhile, with 1013 covid-19 cases including 87 travelers reported in last 24 hours, Jammu and Kashmir has seen more than a thousand infections for the fifth day in a row.
Among the fresh cases, 413 are from Kashmir Valley and 600 from Jammu division, taking the overall tally to 44570.
Giving district-wise break of the cases, official sources said that Srinagar reported 136, Baramulla 31, Pulwama 40, Budgam 56, Anantnag 40, Bandipora 31, Kupwara 38, Kulgam 3, Shopian 10, Ganderbal 28, Jammu 442, Rajouri 12, Kathua 21, Udhampur 32, Samba 22, Ramban 1, Doda 13, Poonch 41, Reasi 15 and Kishtwar 1.
Among the infected include three pregnant woman, 33 from BB Cantt here,12 CRPF, two minors besides an IAS officer of J&K cadre.
Official sources a number of cases were confirmed from SKIMS and CD hospital laboratories.
The CD cases include two males (36, 40) from Khanabal, three males (25, 29, 45) from Gadole, female (32) from Zalangam, two females (35, 65) from Batpora Srg, female (80) from Pattan Baramulla, male (50) from Batpora Srg, male (40) from Elahibagh Srg, male (60) from Awantipora Srg, female (70) from Tangdar, female (55) from Athwajan, male (83) from Batamaloo, male (60) from Bandipora, female (35) from Karanagar, male (30) from Charigam, male (69) from Siligam, female (72) from Achabal, male (40) from Chittergull, female (33) from Kanthgund, male (85) from Kanispora, male (34) from Bagi Islam Baramulla, male (62) and female (51) from Sherwani Colony Baramulla, male (85) from Mamoosa Pattan, male (15) from Sherwani Colony Baramulla, male (30) from Uri Baramulla, two males (40, 35) from Kralhar Baramulla, male (47) from Ferozpora Tangmarg, eight males (41, 28, 26, 38, 29, 26, 24, 28) from Chanchmarg, female (57) from Bonbazar Spn, male (25) from Banihal, female (30) from DPL Shopian, male (45) from Bemnipora, male (22) from Imamsahib, male (53) from Budgam, female (35) from Nowpora, male (20) from Beighpora, female (30) from Rahmoo, male (65) and female (57) from Shivpora Srg, male (25) from Peerbagh Srg, female (60) from Khangund Satoora, male (28) from Chakoora, female (18) from Grawgund, female (35) from Mugalpora, female (28) from Chakoora, male (48) from Peerbagh, male (60) from Magam, male (45) from Eidgah, male (55) from Bemina Srg, female (49) from Nawabazar, female (40) from Kupwara, male (48) from Nowpora Srg, male (70) from Budgam, female (75) from Nowgam, female (55) from Tangmarg, male (53) and female (60) from Nowgam, thirty three male (28, 25, 37, 30, 30, 39, 36, 28, 28, 23, 30, 24, 37, 26, 25, 25, 28, 48, 47, 45, 47, 36, 45, 34, 26, 31, 19, 39, 29, 28, 28, 32, 25) from BB Cantt Srg, male (42) and female (40) from Alochibagh Srg, male (24) from Sopore, female (18) from Budgam, female (30) from Ganderbal, female (36) from Bemina Srg, male (NA) from Ajas, male (20) from Achgoza, male (24) from Khaigam, male (35) from Koil,SKIMS cases
The Anantnag cases include male (60) from Kokernag Anantnag.
The Srinagar cases include three males (23, 31, 21) from Mohsinabad Bemina, male (67) from Barzulla, female (65) from Dalgate, female (23) from Soura, female (45) from Buchpora, male (55) from SKIMS, male (54) from Nishat, female (83) from Nehru Park, male (75) from Baghi Mehtab, female (35) from Lal Bazar, female (35) and male (30) from Soura, three males (54, 45, 30) from Lal Bazar, female (20) and male (24) from Mirakshan Colony, female (27) from Soura, male (45) from SKIMS, female (21) from Shalimar, male (80) from Rainawari, female (53) from Habbak, female (30) from SKIMS, female (50) from Dalgate, male (37) from Soura, male (70) from Naseem Bagh, female (45) from Gulab Bagh, male (63) from Lal Bazar, female (65) from Gulshan Bagh Srinagar.
The Pulwama cases include male (49) from Ping Pulwama.
The Budgam cases include female (35) from Riyar, male (70) from Kokerbagh, male (30) from Iskanderpora, two males (35, 05) and four females (35, 35, 28, 06) from Malpora Khag, male (33) from JK Bank Khag, male (10) from Hanjibugh, female (58) from Yagipora Magam, female (57) from Hashroo Chadoora, two females (23, 50) from Najan, male (28) from Badipora Budgam, male (72) from Ari Pathan, male (60) from Wahapora Budgam.
The Kulgam cases include female (60) from Devsar, male (75) from Qazigund, female (50) from Kulgam. The Bandipora cases include female (20) from Shadipora Bandipora.
The Ganderbal cases include male (70) from Ganderbal. The Ramban cases include male (45) from Batoot Ramban.
The CRPF cases include male (34) from 35 Bn Crpf Humhama Budgam, ten males (38, 31, 45, 37, 52, 52, 50, 32, 29, 56) from 75 Bn Crpf Zakura Srinagar, male (42) from 54 Bn Crpf Nishat Srinagar.
Meanwhile, 433 patients—69 from Jammu and 364 from Valley—have recovered and were discharged from various hospitals in J&K, they added. (with inputs from GNS)