COVID claims 3 more lives in J&K, toll reaches 311


Srinagar, July 26: Three more people lost their battle with COVID-19 on Sunday in J&K, taking the total number of people who died of the dreaded virus so to 311 in the UT.
Officials told news agency that three persons who died include a 58-year-old cop from Kupwara, an 80-year-old man from Beerwah Budgam and a 75-year-old man from Karan Bagh Jammu.
An official from CD hospital Srinagar said that a 58-year-old police official from Kupwara who was suffering from pneumonia, hypertension and diabetes died on Sunday morning.
He further added that an 80-year-old man from Beerwah Budgam who was admitted on 18 July with multiple ailments died on Sunday.
A health official from CD hospital Jammu said that a 70-year-old female from Karan Bagh Jammu who was admitted on 24 July with hypertension, diabetes and other ailments died on 26 July at a 12:30 am.
With three more deaths, the toll of deaths related to COVID-19 has reached to 311 including 288 from Kashmir division and 23 from Jammu division


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