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Covid-19: 12 more succumb, toll reaches 818

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1355 positive cases take total to 45925

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Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir reported twelve more covid-19 related deaths during the last 24 hours, taking the fatality count to 818, officials said.

Among the deaths, they said, six each were reported from Jammu and Kashmir valley respectively.

Regarding the deaths from the Valley, they said, two victims were residents of Srinagar while one each Anantnag, Kupwara, Pulwama and Kulgam.

The fatalities from Srinagar include a 70-year-old from Tengpora Batamaloo who was admitted on August 24 at SMHS hospital and diagnosed as a case of bilateral community acquired pneumonia (CAP) while other was a 75-year-old Shivpora who was admitted to the hospital on 25th of last month. “both of them died during wee hours,” they said.

A 65-year-old man from Awoora Kupwara, admitted on September 4 as a case of “T2DM, HTN, CKD and bilateral CAP,” also died at a hospital here, they said.

A 36-year-old man from Vailoo Kokernag in southern Anantnag district, who was admitted to the hospital on August 20 died at a hospital here, they said and added that the other two victims were from Kulgam and Pulwama districts.

Among others, the victims from Jammu include a 65-year-old woman from Diagiana who was diagnosed with hypertension, bilateral community acquired pneumonia and died at GMC Jammu. Also, a 27-year-old accident victim who was admitted initially at District Hospital Udhampur died at the Govt Medical College Hospital Jammu, they said.

With these deaths, officials said, 818 people have succumbed to the virus in Jammu and Kashmir so far. Among them, they said, 705 were from the Valley while 113 others from Jammu division.

Srinagar district with 242 deaths tops the list followed by Baramulla (108), Budgam (66), Pulwama (60), Anantnag (53), Kupwara (55), Jammu (68), Kulgam (40), Shopian (29), Bandipora (26), Ganderbal (25), Kathua (10), Rajouri (10), Doda (8), Poonch (6), Udhampur (4), Samba (5), Kishtwar and Ramban (1).

Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir also reported 1355 new COVID-19 cases, the highest single-day count so far, taking its tally to 45925. This is for the sixth day in running that the J&K has witnessed cases exceeding one thousand.

Among the cases including 79 travelers, official sources said that 785 were reported from Jammu division and 570 from Kashmir valley.

Giving district-wise break, they said, Srinagar reported 210, Baramulla 35, Pulwama 31, Budgam 94, Anantnag 44, Bandipora 32, Kupwara 53, Kulgam 10, Shopian 16, Ganderbal 45, Jammu 483, Rajouri 55, Kathua 31, Udhampur 59, Samba 20, Ramban 7, Doda 35, Poonch 43, Reasi 17and Kishtwar 35.

A number of cases were confirmed at CD and SKIMS diagnostic laboratories including nine Service Provider, four RDD employees, a pregnant woman, 22 cases from BB Cantt, seven minors, five BSF and 12 CRPF personnel.

The CD cases include female (55) from Batipora Buchoo, female (34) from Poshwan, male (42) from Sonsamil, female (40) from Sinu Tral, three males (27, 64, 48) and three females (46, 88, 07) from Wuyan Pampore, two males (67, 36) and two females (30, 56) from Khrew Pampore, two males (26, 40) from Uplona Camp, two males (32, 75) from Rohama Rafiabad, male (34) from Arampora Sopore, male (29) from Delina Baramulla, male (NA) from Banihal, female (NA) from Bemina, male (50) from NA, male (NA) from Gogji Pathri, male (31) from Akingam, two females (68, 67) from Gopalpora, two females (06, 36) and male (38) from Batkoot, two males (38, 38) from MC Pahalgam, male (41) from MC Laripora, NA (32) from Verinag, four males (40, 32, 26, 51) from Hakhura, six males (70, 40, 24, 40, 47, 55) from Wangam, eight males (28, 25, 24, 26, 29, 30, 31, 27) from Chanchmarg, twenty two male (32, 27, 32, 22, 44, 37, 35, 27, 24, 36, 25, 42, 34, 45, 24, 36, 35, 29, 39, 36, 34, 32) from BB Cantt Srg, male (85) from Kargil, male (65) from Qamarwari Srg, male (62) from Shalstang, female (39) from Natipora Srg, male (32) from Nowshera, two males (NA) and female (NA) from NA, male (08) from Rainawari, female (72) from Rawalpora, male (47) from MA Road, female (57) from Chadoora, male (32) from Chanapora, male (32) from Batamaloo, female (NA) from Tral, female (NA) from Chanapora, female (45) from Rajbagh, NA (52) from NA, two males (17, 14) from NA, male (42) from Habakadal, male (36) from Chanapora, two females (NA, NA) and eight males (40, NA, 40, 55, NA, NA, NA, NA) from NA, male (31) from Chattabal, male (52) from Hajin, male (25) from Sumbal Bandipora, male (30) from Natipora, male (48) and female (45) from Dalgate, male (27) from Srinagar, female (11) from Safapora Ganderbal, female (30) from Parimpora, male (60) from Umarabad, male (25) from Grawgund Pulwama, male (34) from Kupwara, male (24) from Qamarwari, female (36) from Chattergam, female (75) from Kaksarai Srg, two males (26, 21) from Bemina, male (34) from Basant Bagh Srg, male (52) from Wazir Bagh, male (68) from Kahail Bagh, female (60) from Nawakadal, male (32) from Sumbal Bandipora, male (70) from Tangmarg, male (75) from Berru, male (33) from Budgam, female (70) from Bandipora, male (38) from Mujgund, male (40) from Kargil, female (29) from Shopian, male (80) from Beerua, male (65) from Khushlarsar, male (82) from Chattabal Srg, female (80) from Zakura, female (50) from Shadipora, male (65) from Noorbagh Srg, male (45) from Kupwara, female (63) from Hakripora Pulwama, male (36) from Anchidora, female (59) from Hanji Danter, female (33) from Aatipora Kunzer, male (48) from Magam Noorpora, male (29) from Heing Kunzer, male (40) from Sonium Kunzer, male (47) from Mazhama Magam, male (70) from Lalpora Kunzer, female (18) from Qamarwari, male (NA) from Budgam, NA (60) from Khanyar, male (NA) from Bemina, female (30) from Habak Srg, female (35) from Lasjan, male (NA) from Chattabal, male (06) from Beerwah, male (25) from Eidgah Srg and male (NA) from Hyderpora Byepass.

The Anantnag cases include male (50) from KP Road, male (36) from Kokernag Anantnag.

The Srinagar cases include male (55) from Balgarden, male (37) from Botakadal, female (45) from Soura, female (35) from Kathidarwaza, male (35) from Rainawari, male (62) from Rawalpora, male (55) from Srinagar, female (43) from Tarabal Nawakadal, female (52) from Brain, male (31) from Saidakadal, male (42) from Aali Masjid Eidgah, male (56) from Soura, male (28) from Alamgiri Bazar, male (41) from Srinagar, male (29) from Saidakadal, male (32) from Elahibagh, female (26) and male (34) from Soura, female (01) from Lal Bazar, female (25) and male (60) from Srinagar, two females (35, 65) from Eidgah, male (22) from Alamgiri Bazar, male (40) from Soura, male (60) from Shalimar, male (70) from Gasoo, female (45) from Habbak, female (50) from Elahibagh, female (81) from Soura Srinagar. The Bandipora cases include female (20) from Sudanar Bandipora.

The Kulgam cases include male (40) from Bosgam Kulgam.

The Budgam cases include male (50) from Ichgam, female (33) from Hamdania Colony Bemina, male (34) from Dadina, male (35) from Tongiharan Magam, male (26) from Magam, male (35) from Watamagam, male (35) from Bonion, male (26) from Dedmangbagh, male (28) from Wagoora Grid, male (60) from Khosa Bagh BK Pora, female (40) from Bisinpora Khanda, male (26) and female (03) from Wagoora Grid, male (29) from Kani Pora, female (28) from B K Pora, female (29) and male (05) from Rawal Pora Wanbal, male (60) from Khonmoh Budgam, male (29) from Sozeith Narbal Budgam, male (35) from Zoorijund Budgam.

The Kupwara cases include two males (39, 25) from Tgm Kup, male (45) from DPL Handwara, male (31) from Handwara Kupwara. The Poonch cases include male (38) from Humhama Arai Mandi Poonch.

The BSF cases include three males (44, 41, 45) and two females (30, 29) from Ch BSF Humhama Srinagar.

The CRPF cases include two males (31, 36) from 79 Bn Crpf Sonwar Srg, male (41) from 184/79 Bn Crpf Sonwar Srg, male (25) from 80/79 Bn Crpf Sonwar Srg, five males (35, 40, 34, 31, 51) from 34/79 Bn Crpf Sonwar Srg, three males (42, 29, 25) from Gc Crpf Rambagh Srinagar.

Moreover, they said, 491 more COVID-19 patients have recovered and were discharged from various hospitals— 74 from Jammu Division and 417 from Kashmir Valley. (with inputs from GNS)

 

 


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