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J&K records highest—ever deaths due to COVID

35 patients die across UT since last night

SRINAGAR: Thirty-five fresh COVID-19 related deaths were reported in Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir since last night, thus taking the total number of Coronavirus deaths to 2,318.

An official told the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that thirty five patients who died include 50-year-old woman from Ashpeer Sopore, 52-year-old woman from Kokernag, 75-year-old man from Solina, 62-year-old man from Hyderpora, 55-year-old man from Nowgam, 75-year-old woman from Barbarshah, 73-year-old female from Sanatnagar, 80-year-old man from Lal Bazar, 25-year-old youth from Natipora, 50-year-old man from Kathidarwaza, 60-year-old man from Karan Nagar, Old aged man from Shopian, 70-year-old man from Pandach, two from Srinagar, one from Kupwara and nineteen from Jammu division.

An official said that 52-year-old lady from Kokernag, 73-year-old woman from Sanatnagar, 25-year-old youth from Natipora, 50-year-old man from Kathidarwaza, 60-year-old man from Karan Nagar and 70-year-old man from Pandach died at Sher-e-Kashmir Institute Of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) died since last night days after testing positive for COVID-19.

He added that a 75-year-old man from Solina, 62-year-old man from Hyderpora, 55-year-old male from Nowgam, 75-year-old woman from Barbarshah and 80-year-old man from Lal Bazar died at SMHS Hospital.

He further added that two patients from Srinagar died at JLNM Hospital Rainawari and one each at DH Shopian, SDH Sopore and SDH Kupwara.

Moreover, sixteen patients died at GMC Jammu since last night and three patients from Poonch also died at GMC Rajouri.

With thirty-five fresh deaths, the total fatalities count soars to 2,318, including 908 from Jammu division and 1,410 from Kashmir division—(KNO)

 

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