J&K Logs 1429 Covid-19 cases, Lowest In 24 Days; 3 Deaths Reported

J&K Logs 1429 Covid-19 cases, Lowest In 24 Days; 3 Deaths Reported

Nadeem Nadu

Srinagar, Feb 4 (GNS): Jammu and Kashmir reported 1429 new coronavirus cases, lowest in 24 days, while three persons succumbed to the virus during the last 24 hours, officials said on Friday.

They said 607 of the fresh cases were confirmed from Jammu Division and 822 from Kashmir valley, taking the overall case tally to 443891.

They said that case tally was lowest in the last 24 days as 1148 infections were reported on January 11 last.

Giving district-wise details, they said, Srinagar reported 266 cases, Baramulla 108, Budgam 86, Pulwama 34, Kupwara 55, Anantnag 64, Bandipora 47, Ganderbal 45, Kulgam 96, Shopian 21, Jammu 228, Udhampur 53, Rajouri 12, Doda 135, Kathua 60, Samba 4, Kishtwar 47, Poonch 19, Ramban 26 and Reasi 23.

A number of the cases were confirmed at diagnostic laboratories associated with GMC Srinagar and GMC Anantnag.

GMC Srinagar cases include male (29) from Bagi mehtab, male (60) from Habbak, female (60) from Habbak, male (35) from Zakura, male (19) from Kanitar, female (40) from Zakura, female (23) from Batpora, male (24) from Kanitar sadribal, female (17) from Habbak shanpora, male (18) from Lalbazar, female (40) from Batpora, female (23) from Malbagh, male (40) from Ishbar nishat, female (50) from Soura, female (20) from Habbak, female (20) from Dargah, male (42) from Habbak, male (58) from Harwan, female (35) from Pulwama, male (10) from Pulwama, female (10) from Pulwama, female (11) from Gusoo, male (11) from Chewakalan, male, (14) from Chewakalan, male (28) from Gusoo Pulwama, male (16) from Wahibugh Pulwama, , female (38) from Bellow Pulwama, female (35) from Samboora pampore, male (28) from Parigam pampore, female (25) from Pampore, male (60) from Pampore, male (56) from Pampore, Male (31) from Awantipora, female (30) from Pampore, male (35) from Wuyan Pampore, female (36) from Frustbal Pampore, female (30) from Wahibugh Pulwama, female (27) from Chandhara Pampore, male (36) from Wahibugh Pulwama, male (35) from Awantipora, female (35) from Kadlabal Pampore, female (58) from Khanmoh Sgr, female (14) from Tral, female (14) from Nowpora, female (14) from Machama, female (14) from Batagund, male (14) from Aripal, female (15) from Tral, male (13) from Tral, male (16) from Tral, male (16) from Tral, male (16) from Khangund, male (35) from Gulshanpora, female (35) from Tral, male (60) from Shahabad, male (40) from Dadsara, female (50) from Chattabal, female (40) from Sgr, male (05) (NA) from Kupwara, male (06Days) (NA) from Sangam Eidgah, female (21) from Shivpora, male (27) from Hyderpora, male (36) from Nawakadal, male (44) from GDC hostel, female (27) from HMT, female (33) from Batamaloo, female (30) from Chadoora, female (22) from Kunzer, female (25) from Pakherpora, male (37) from Rajbagh, male (21) from Utar pardesh, female (60) from Hawal, female (25) from Kangan, female (32) from Burzuhama Sgr, female (39) from Verinag, female (28) from Safapora and female (28) from Kangan.

The GMC Anantnag cases include female (78) from Moominabad, male (100) from Chowgam Ang, female (55) from Kund Ang, male (60) from Bandarpora Ang, female (85) from SK Colony Ang, two females (58, 35) from Army Camp Khanabal, female (65) from Kulgam, female (19) from Shamsipora, female (34) and male (50) from Wanpoh Ang, female (32) from Nai Basti Ang, female (45) from Chanapora, male (72) from Handew, male (45) from M Dunaroo Keller, male (65) from Tharin Keller, male (60) from Dobipora, male (65) from Kashwa, male (50) from Safanagri, male (24) and female (24) from Wazir Check, male (40) from Sangran, male (24) from Badoora, female (40) from Khundroo, female (32) from Trahpoo, female (34) from Magraypora, female (24) from Thajiwara, female (23) from Punchpora, male (35) from Bijbehara Sirhama, male (50) from Bashpora Kokernag, male (30) from Panzgam Kokernag, male (24) from Vailoo, male (44) from Nagam Kokernag, male (65) from Larnoo Kokernag, male (61) from Khalar Kokernag, male (29) from Watnard Kokernag, male (30) from Adhal Kokernag, male (30) from Peer Takiya Kokernag, male (41) from Bindoo Kokernag, male (50) from Ashmuqam Ang, male (25) from Nagbal Ang, female (7) from Seer Ang, female (27) from Amad Ang, female (29) from Chandrigam Ang, female (35) from Vail Ang, female (40) from Akhran Ang, two males (42, 20) from Krangsoo Ang, male (70) from Mattan Ang, male (51) from Rakhi Chee Ang, male (32) from Mirchak Mattan, male (69) from Gopalpora Mattan, female (36) from Punjab, male (36) from Mumbai, female (NA) from Maharashtra, female (NA) from Nasik, two females (NA, NA) from Karnataka, male (29) from Delhi, male (24) from Lucknow, female (35) from Songlan Shangus, male (56) from Chaklipora Shangus, male (42) from Chittergull Shangus, male (38) from Kharpora Shangus, male (60) from Sonach Shangus, male (24) from Shangus, female (30) from Heeward Verinag, female (30) from Halsidar Verinag, two females (34, 40) from Kapran, male (60) from Gutligund Verinag, male (50) from Boon Larkipora, male (70) from New Colony Bij, male (30) from Vaid Mohalla Bij, male (60) from Trail Nambal, male (20) from Nambal Ang, male (25) from Krangsoo, male (30) from Mirbazar, male (45) from Mattan, male (50) from Wanigund, female (42) from Y K Pora, two males (80, 16) from Sransoo, male (18) from Shamsipora Kulgam, female (50) from Redwani, female (20) from Zadoora Kulgam, female (40) from Khudwani, male (65) from Poniwah, female (34) from Pulwama, male (35) from Bhan Kulgam, male (30) from Matipora Kulgam, female (75) from Tantraypora Kulgam, male (19) from Katrasoo Kulgam, male (35) from Challan Shopian and female (70) from Kokergund Kulgam.

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Regarding the fresh fatalities, the officials told GNS that one was reported from Jammu division and two from Kashmir valley. So far 4702 people have died due to the virus—2300 in Jammu and 2402 in Kashmir Valley.

Besides, they said, 4057 Covid-19 patients recovered during the time— 1437 from Jammu Division and 2620 from Kashmir. So far 415109 people have recovered, leaving the active case tally at 24080—6851 in Jammu and 17229 in Kashmir.

They said there was no new confirmed case of mucormycosis (black fungus) reported today. So far 51 black fungus cases have been confirmed in J&K, the officials said. They also informed that 48961 doses of covid-19 vaccine were administered during the time in J&K. (GNS)

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