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100-Yr-Old Man Becomes Oldest In J&K To Die From Coronavirus

SRINAGAR, April 13 (GNS): A 100-year-old man from Anantnag district of south Kashmir district on Tuesday became Jammu and Kashmir’s oldest to die from novel coronavirus.

Official sources told GNS said that the centenarian belonged to Kamad area of the district. He was among three persons who died today. 2037 people have succumbed to the virus in J&K—1283 in Kashmir and 754 in Jammu.

Srinagar tops the list with highest fatalities—480— so far, Baramulla 183, Budgam 123, Pulwama 92, Kupwara 98, Annatnag 99, bandipora 63, Ganderbal 49, Kulgam 56, Shopian 40, Jammu 392, Udhampur 58, Rajouri 56, Doda 64, Kathua 53, Samba 43, Kishtwar 22, Poonch 27, Ramban 23, and Reasi 16. (GNS)


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