Jammu & Kashmir The Lead

13 soldiers, 2 cops among 574 new covid-19 cases in J&K, total 104155

Nadeem Nadu

Srinagar, Nov 18: Thirteen CRPF and army soldiers, two policemen and 36 travelers were among 574 new novel coronavirus cases reported in Jammu and Kashmir in last 24 hours, taking the total count to 104155.

Among them, 241 were reported from Jammu Division and 333 from Kashmir Valley, officials told GNS on Wednesday.

They said Srinagar reported 136 cases, Baramulla 50, Budgam 46, Pulwama 17, Kupwara 24, Anantnag 12, Bandipora 17, Ganderbal 28, Kulgam 1, Shopian 2, Jammu 96, Rajouri 7, Udhampur 50, Doda 25,

Kathua 16, Poonch 6, Samba 9, Kishtwar 20, Ramban 10, and Reasi 2.

A number of cases were confirmed at diagnostic laboratories of CD hospital and SKIMS Soura including 11 CRPF personnel and two soldiers, they said.  

The CD cases include male (20) from Skylark Pmi Pulwama, female (55) from Machpuna Pulwama, male (35) from Balhama, male (40) from SDH Pampore, female (16) from Rawalpora Srg, two males (40, 38) from BB Cantt Srg, male (20) from Chanapora Srg, male (NA) from Srinagar, male (38) from Batamaloo, male (42) from Munwarabad, male (65) from Khanda, male (60) from Nowhatta, female (NA) from Ajas Bandipora, female (NA) from Bemina Srg, male (60) from Gojwara, female (65) from Ganderbal, male (56) from Karnah, female (52) from Badshah Nagar Srg, male (65) from Telbal Shalimar Srg, male (70) from Rainawari Srg, male (55) from Yakrajpora, male (38) from Kathidarwaza, three females (07, 40, 30) from Rainawari, male (21) from Hajin, female (48) from Boniyar, male (60) from Budshah Nagar, male (29) from UP, male (22) from Basant Bagh, female (20) from Budgam, female (26) from Zainakadal, male (24) from Narwara, NA (20) from Narwara, male (50) from Srinagar, male (75) from Eidgah, female (48) from Aalibagh, female (75) from Baghat, female (42) from Nowpora, female (55) from Kadalbal Pampore, male (45) from Nowhatta, male (12) from Bemina, female (42) from Bandipora, two females (20, 25) from Nowgam, male (32) from Kaksarai.

SKIMS cases

The CRPF cases include two females (43, 50) from 213 Bn Cqc Budgam, two females (30, 29) from 135 Bn Cqc Budgam, male (27) from D 5 Signal Cqc Budgam, male (36) from 628 Eme Bn Niyari Kupwara, male (30) from 28 Div Camp Niyari Kupwara, male (24) from 428 Fd Hosp Niyari Kup, two males (26, 35) from 528 Asc Bn Niyari Kup, male (25) from 28 Div Pro Unit Niyari Kup, male (28) from 28 Div Niyari Kup, male (31) from 28 Idsr Niyari Kup, male (40) from 357 Asc Trehgam Kup, male (24) from 33 Fdw Trehgam Kupwara.

The Ganderbal cases include female (35) from Saloora, male (28) from Bamloora, male (59) from JK Bank Gbl, male (70) from Kangan, male (25) and female (42) from Reshipora, male (45) from Prang, male (03) from Saloora, male (70) from Sumbal, male (87) from Reshipora, female (70) from Safapora, male (70) from Lar Ganderbal.

The Anantnag cases include female (58) from Bijbehara Anantnag.

The Srinagar cases include male (47) from Baghi Mehtab, female (21) from Natipora, male (50) from Nal Bal, male (63) from Soura, male (60) from Malaratta, male (72) from Buchpora, female (11) from Ahmadnagar, two females (70, 24) and three males (19, 57, 34) from Ahmadnagar, female (60) from Lal Bazar, male (NA) from Nishat, female (70) from Baghi Mehtab, male (55) from Lasjan, male (70) from Buchpora, male (63) from Burzuhama, male (55) from Qamarwari, male (70) from Tailbal, female (65) from Nawakadal, male (55) from Bemina, male (42) from Saidakadal, female (38) from Lal Bazar, male (NA) from Alamgiri Bazar Srinagar.

The Shopian cases include male (40) from Ladi Imam Shopian.

The Pulwama cases include female (70) from Tral Pulwama.

The Bandipora cases include male (70) and female (70) from Kunan Bandipora.

The Jammu cases include male (62) from NA Jammu.

The Baramulla cases include male (55) from Sopore, male (70) from Uri Baramulla.

The Ramban cases include male (48) from Ramban.

The Budgam cases include male (35) from Ompora Budgam. .  Moreover, they said,  580 more COVID-19 patients have recovered and discharged from various hospitals 234 from Jammu Division and 346 from Kashmir Valley.

 

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