Jammu & Kashmir The Lead

19 Soldiers among 370 new covid-19 cases in J&K, total 110224

Srinagar, Nov 30: Twenty-five travelers besides 19 soldiers and two minors were among 370 new covid-19 cases reported in Jammu and Kashmir in last 24 hours, taking the total tally to 110224. 

Official sources told GNS on Monday that 181 of these cases were reported from Jammu Division and 189 from Kashmir Valley. 

Giving district wise details, they said Srinagar reported 84, Baramulla 18, Budgam 19, Pulwama 22, Kupwara 6, Anantnag 7, Bandipora 8, Ganderbal 23, Kulgam 2, Shopian 0, Jammu 81, Rajouri 17,

Udhampur 26, Doda 5, Kathua 15, Poonch 1, Samba 15, Kishtwar 16, Ramban 5 and Reasi 0.

A number of these cases including 13 from BB Cantt Srinagar, six security personnel and two minors were confirmed at SKIMS and CD hospitals diagnostic labouratories.  

SKIMS Cases

The BB Cantt cases include four males (25, 28, 25, 21) from BB Cantt Srinagar.

The Budgam cases include male (35) and female (23) from Gogipathrie, male (80) from Buzgoo, female (26) from Colony Budgam, female (12) from Gulabagh Khag, male (40) from Nowgam Kanihama Hamda Colony, female (38) from Sabir Mohalla Natipora, female (65) from Gani Pora Pohroo, female (65) from Behram Pora Kuzveera, female (35) from Nunner, male (36) from Ompora, three females (30, 13, 25) and male (30) from Hanjoora Chadoora, male (34) from Gawherpora Chadoora, male (18) from Chanapora Budgam, female (17) from Housing Colony Ompora, male (45) from Aboora Kunzer Budgam.

The Kupwara cases include female (14) and male (29) from 19 Garh Chowkibal, male (38) from 18 Madras, two males (48, 34) from 68 Mbc Trehgam, male (39) from 18 Madras Kupwara.

The Ganderbal cases include female (20) from Giraj, male (37) and female (02) from Duderhama, female (25) from Illahibagh, male (59) from Beehama, male (65) from Duderhama Ganderbal.

The Anantnag cases include male (20) from Islamabad Anantnag.

The Srinagar cases include female (45) from HMT, male (17) from Narkara, male (28) from Baghat, male (33) from Khanyar, female (27) and male (52) from Rajbagh, female (33) and male (40) from Hassanabad, female (22) from Malbagh, female (37) from Lalbazar, male (47) from Elahibagh, two males (39, 53) from Nowshera, male (22) from Elahibagh, two females (70, 50) from Burzahama, female (32) from Natipora, male (18) from Burzahama, male (72) from Jawahar Nagar, male (08) from Zakoora, male (68) from Lal Bazar, male (50) from Mil Stop, female (55) from Zakura, male (31) and female (30) from Nowshera Srinagar.

The Baramulla cases include female (29) from Palhalan Baramulla.

The Bandipora cases include male (35) from Sumbal, female (45) from Naid Khai Bandipora.

The CD cases include male (78) from Ward 2 Bandipora, female (25) from Nakan Chittaybandy Bandipora, male (60) from Nowpora Bandipora, female (40) from Ahamishareef Bandipora, nine males (35, 32, 38, 35, 33, 31, 22, 29, 39) from BB Cantt Srg, two males (25, 45) from Hyderpora, three females (27, 30, 55) from Srinagar, female (40) from Chattabal Srg, female (60) from Qamarwari Srg, male (NA) from Handwara, male (55) from Kupwara, male (NA) from Gogjibagh, NA (33) from Sanatnagar Srg, female (59) from Srinagar, female (70) from Umerabad HMT, male (67) from Chandhara Pampore, male (64) from Witergam Pulwama, female (42) from HMT Srinagar, male (58) from Hotel Four Points Sonwar, two males (17, 45) from Kupwara, male (45) from Sumbal, male (51) from Tangpora Sumbal, female (38) from Ajas Bandipora, female (80) from Gumboora, female (70) from Bemina Srg, male (80) from Arin Bandipora, female (65) from Midoora Tral, male (65) from Hawali Chowk Peer Mallal.

Moreover, they said, 483 more COVID-19 patients have recovered and were discharged from various hospitals 202 from Jammu Division and 281 from Kashmir Valley.

 

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