Srinagar, Nov 24: Sixteen travelers, eight soldiers and two minors were among 431 fresh covid-19 cases reported in Jammu and Kashmir in last 24 hours, taking the total count to 107330.
Of them, 253 were from Jammu Division and 178 from Kashmir Division, officials told GNS on Tuesday.
Giving district-wise details, they said, Srinagar reported 84, Baramulla 18, Budgam 16, Pulwama 19, Kupwara 14, Anantnag 2, Bandipora 7, Ganderbal 12, Kulgam 3, Shopian 3, Jammu 122, Rajouri 3, Udhampur 37, Doda 14, Kathua 9, Poonch 11, Samba 17, Kishtwar 16, Ramban 18 and Reasi 6.
A number of the cases were confirmed at SKIMS Soura and CD hospitals diagnostic laboratories including four from BB Cantt Srg, three from BSF and one from CRPF besides two minors.
The CD cases include four males (37, 29, 47, 37) from BB Cantt Srg, male (48) from Broadway Batwara, male (40) from Kailashpora, male (70) from Natipora, female (80) from NA, male (54) from Habbak Srg, male (24) from Dalgate Srg, four males (70, 67, 85, 82) from NA, female (68) from Soura Srg, two females (70, 42) from Zoonimar Srg, male (24) from Chadoora, male (42) from Rajbagh, two males (65, 33) from Srinagar, female (08) from Dar Mohalla Padshahi Bagh, male (32) from Pampore, male (68) from Nowshera Srg, male (30) from Lasjan, female (28) from Nowhatta, male (35) from Barzulla Srg, male (29) from Habak Srg, male (26) from Chanapora Srg, two males (NA, NA) from Habakadal Srg, female (60) from Nowpora Srg, male (21) from Dalgate Srg, female (55) from Gogjibagh Srg, male (NA) from Baghat Srg, female (55) from G G Bal Srg, female (29) from Natipora, male (32) from Noorbagh, female (29) from Fatehkadal, male (45) from Nichama, male (51) from M Chogal, female (35) from Yaroo, male (37) from Handwara, male (45) from Trehgam, female (72) from Kantpora Kupwara, male (64) from Potushai Lolab, male (NA) from Sumbal, female (70) from Chattabal, female (45) from Chadoora Budgam, female (50) from Kudaram Bandipora, female (58) from Nishat Srg, female (35) from Srinagar, male (50) from Handwara Kupwara, female (68) from Dalgate Srg, male (55) from Hyderpora Srg, male (40) from Nawabazar Srg, male (35) from Rahmoo, female (56) from Tral.
The SKIMS cases include three males (47, 30, 32) from Ch BSF Humhama Srinagar, Budgam cases include male (44) from Sdh Beerwah, female (35) from Aripathan Beerwah, male (30) from Gulshanabad, male (45) from Wazhbagh, female (40) from Sanzipora Chattergam, female (70) from Gowherpora Chadoora, female (26) from Gopalpora Chadoora, two females (22, 42) from Raiyar, male (40) from Ichgam, two males (46, 40) from Housing Colony Ompora, female (60) from Bye Pass Nowgam, two males (55, 24) and female (55) from Madina Colony B K Pora, female (50) from Ari Bagh Nowgam, two males (30, 61) from Sheikhulalam Colony Nowgam, male (55) from S K Bagh Nowgam, female (35) from B K Pora Kanipora Near Petrol Pump, male (20) from S K Bagh Nowgam, female (47) from Lasjan, male (26) from Budgam, female (41) from Khag, female (65) from Wani Mohalla Narbal, male (01) from Bonzilla Gam Budgam, female (60) from Sumbal Bandipora, the male (32) from 144 Bn CRPF Dabar Hotel Srinagar, male (45) from Takya Khalamulla Alusteng, two males (36, 65) from Fatehpora, male (65) from Bambloora Ganderbal, male (50) from Lar, male (30) from Alusteng, female (25) from Wussan, male (70) from Saloora Ganderbal, male (48, 43) from Kathidarwaza Rainawari, male (64) from Parimpora, male (30) from Peerbagh, male (30) from Malabagh, male (44) from Peerbagh, male (32) from Burzahama, male (25) from Mughal, male (47) from Baghat, female (48) from Skims Soura, female (33) from Hawal, male (64) from Natipora, female (35) from Hawal, female (32) from Shalimar, male (38) from Chanapora, male (46) and female (44) from Soura, male (29) from Qamarwari, male (28) and female (21) from Kanitar, female (53) from Buchpora, male (50) from Shalteng, male (56) from Lal Bazar, male (70) from Lal Bazar, female (80) from Hawal, female (65) from Qamarwari, male (63) from Alamgarib Srinagar and male (38) from West Bengal Anantnag.
Moreover, they said, 495 more COVID-19 patients have recovered and discharged from various hospitals 220 from Jammu Division and 275 from Kashmir Valley. (GNS)
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