346 New Covid-19 Cases Take J&K’s Tally Past 11K Mark

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44 From Central Jail Anantnag, 23 SFs Personnel Among New Cases

SRINAGAR: Forty-four prisoners lodged in Central Jail Annatnag and at least 23 paramilitary personnel were among 346 novel coronavirus cases reported in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday, taking the overall tally of Covid-19 patients to 11173.

Among the fresh cases, 56 were reported from Jammu and 290 from the Kashmir Valley.

Giving district-wise breakup of the cases, officials said that Srinagar reported 127 of them, Anantnag 58, Pulwama 39, Bandipora 16, 14 each in Budgam and Doda, eleven each in Baramulla, Shopian and Jammu, ten each in Kathua and Rajouri, Kulgam 7, Kishtwar 5 Ganderbal 4, three each in Kupwara and Reasi besides one each in Ramban, Samba and Poonch.

According to Dr. G H Yatoo, Nodal Officer Coronavirus Control Measures at SKIMS Soura out of 2424 samples which were processed at the viral diagnostic laboratory of the hospital today, 117 returned positive for the virus.

Professor Farooq Jan, Medical Superintendent SKIMS Soura told GNS 34 are from Srinagar, 18 from Anantnag, 16 from Pulwama, 10 from Budgam, nine from Baramulla, eight each from SSB/CRPF and Kulgam, seven from Bandipora, two each from Kupwara and Ganderbal besides one each from Shopian, Kargil and Banihal.

The cases from Anantnag Include male (61) from Nanil, female (30) from Bijbehara, male (26) from Dangerpora Siligam, male (50) and female (40) from Chittergull, female (29) from Fatehpora Larkipora, male (28) from Batgund Verinag, female (28) and male (25) from Anchidora, female (23) from Nasu, male (50) from Sallar, female (22) from Ashajipora, female (22) from Arther, male (04) from Sirgufwara, female (24) from Dahnambal, male (65) Dailgam, male (60) from Nathpora, female (28) from Pheljam.

The cases from Bandipora include male (30) from Sumbal, female (36) from Shahgund, male (20) from Safapora, female (35) from Ganastan, female (40) from Ayithmulla, male (54) from Dawar, male (5 months) from Qazipora.

The Budgam Cases include male (08) from Chaira Magam, female (42) from Kanihama, male (30) from Gondipora, male (26) from Bkpora, male (52) and female (26) from Ompora, female (50) from Chadoora, female (30) from Tilsara Cheri Shareef, two males (46, 43) from 43 Bn DPL Budgam.

The cases from Baramulla include male (65) from Baramulla, male (25) from Khandar, male (65) from Rangpora, two females (60, 64) and male (50) from Sopore, male (46) from Khawja Bagh, female (NA) from Thandipora, male (60) from Tangmarg.

The Kulgam Cases Include female (34) from Salyaloo, female (42) from Chowgam, male (35) Checki Wangund, male (59) from Y.K. Pora, male (35) from Brinal, male (32) from Lammar, male (26) from H C Gam, male (30) from Yaripora.

The Srinagar cases include male (25) from Bohrikadal, female (55) from Khanyar, three males (35, 22, 75) from Soura, male (70) from Zakura, male (50) from Rajbagh, male (57) from Sanat Nagar, two males (48, 35) from SKIMS, male (56) from Bemina, male (NA) from Nowshera, male (34) from Fateh Kadal, male (35) from Mallabagh, female (37) from Lal Bazar, female (80) from Alamgiri Bazar, female (70) from Illahi Bagh, female (51) from Dalgate, female (60) from Noorbagh, female (55) and male (65) from Rangpora, female (40) from Aali Kadal, female (06 months) from Awantabhawan, male (70) from Hyderpora, male (52) from Lal Bazar, female (70) from Rainawari, three males (60, 62, 36) from Srinagar, female (60) from Botakadal, male (86) from Batamaloo, female (50) from Rafiabad, female (45) from Shaheedgunj, male (35) from Naseem Bagh.

The Pulwama cases include male (32) from Pulwama, male (62) from Noorpora, four males (52, 25, 45, 50) from Rajpora, male (22) from Dangerpora, male (32) from Naira, two males (39, 42) from Police Station Sidco, five males (20, 24, 50, 50, 32) from Sidco, female (48) from Awantipora. The Kupwara cases include female (52) from Kupwara, male (29) from 105 Bn Trehgam. The Ganderbal cases include female (35) from Dab, male (NA) from Anderwan. The Shopian cases include female (45) from Haff Shirmal. The Kargil cases include male (07) from Kargil. The Banihal cases include female (59) from Wagoora.

The cases from CRPF include seven males (30, 32, 32, 27, 55, 29, 28) from SSB SICC Srinagar, male (53) from CRPF 178 Bn Shopian.
Dr Riyaz Untoo, Principal SKIMS Bemina said that out of 540 samples processed at the hospital’s lab, 48 tested positive for COVID-19, all from Srinagar.
The cases include F-50yrs-Buchpora, F-51yrs-Alamgari Bazar, F-20yrs-Alamgari Bazar, F-18, F-65 and F-4yrs, F-50yrs and M-38yrs from Lalbazar, M-18yrs and M-32yrs from Zadibal, M-37yrs, M-23yrs, M-58 and M-31yrs from High Court, F-46yrs and F-38yrs from KathiDarwaza, M-50yrs-Charie Shareef, M.32yrs-183 BN CRPF, M-39yrs-18 BN CRPF, M-42yrs-18 BN CRPF, M-21yrs-Doda, M-43yrs-Chadoora, M-29yrs-Budgam, M-24yrs-Soibugh, M-34yrs, M-34yrs, M-31yrs, M-40yrs, M-38yrs, M-34yrs, M-48yrs, M-27yrs from Batamaloo, F-38yrs-Gulab Bagh, M-27yrs-Shalima, .M-55yrs-Basant Bagh, F-26yrs-Wanbal, M-35yrs-Hazratbal, F-25yrs, F-44yrs, F-60yrs, M-46yrs-Tankipora, F-42yrs from Tankipora and F-13yrs-Wazepora, F-65yrs, F-35yrs, M-71yrs, M-20yrs and F-45yrs-ShahkadalThe CD cases include four males(63, 49, 48, 53) from CRPF / Imamsahib, male (49) and female (45) from Hillow, female (29) from Dk Pora, two males (39, 29) from Sonerwani, male (60) and female (55) from Brar, two females (35, 17) from Ashtangoo, male (24) from Krangsoo, Six males (75, 44, 24, 24, 62, 23) and two females (NA, 57) from NA, male (20) from Arwani, male (26) from Baramulla, male (42) from Anantnag, male (45) from Pirbagh Srg, male (80) from Nowhatta Srg, female (26) from Newa, two females (65, 55) and male (57) from Wuyan Pampore, male (13) from Chandigam Kupwara, male (30) from Sethar Kakapora, four males (60, 55, 65, 10) and female (36) from Khadermoh Pulwama, three females (20, 21, 62) from Wanpora Pulwama, female (26) from Uthoora Pulwama, male (45) from Nowgam Srg, male (50) from PHC Awantipora, two males (53, 19) from Bathen Khrew, male (29) from Adoora, Sixteen males (21, 22, 22, 29, 25, NA, 26, 19, 28, 28, 70, 25, 46, 24, 26, 51) from Kulgam, two males (21, 22) from Qasaigam, male (51) from Dist Jail, four males (29, 23, 37, 24) from Yaripora, two males (22, 21) from Shopian, male (25) from Khatir, male (NA) from VC Lodge Hazratbal, female (40) and male (29) from Budgam, four males (30, 45, 21, 24) from Bijbehara, male (24) from Arwani, male (27) from Lalipora, male (19) from Harman, two males (24, 30) from Safakadal, male (42) from Mahur, male (35) from Kheribal, female (65) from Kokernag, male (50) from Lalbazar Srg, female (NA) from Hajin Bandipora, female (30) from Anantnag, male (60) from Barzulla, male (33) from Natipora, female (NA) from Pulwama, male (35) from Zaina Kadal, female (30) from Balgarden Srg, female (60) from Rajbagh Srg, male (42) from Wanganpora Srg, male (39) from Alamgiri Bazar Srg, female (52) from Kargil, female (52) from Wazir Bagh Srg, male (62) from Hawal Srg, male (40) from Qamarwari Srg, female (35) from Karfali Mohalla Srg, female (50) from Safakadal Srg, two females (45, 32) from Budshah Nagar Srg, female (33) from Zainakadal Srg, male (52) from Lal Bazar Srg, female (45) from Kangan, male (27) from Harwan Srg, male (59) from Galwanpora Srg, male (70) from Kupwara, male (40) from Hyderpora Srg, male (45) from Humhama Budgam, male (37) from Zainakadal Srg, male (26) from Khanyar, two males (23, 08) and two females (50, 11) from Bemina Srg, male (51) from Sanat Nagar Srg, male (NA) from 53 Bn CRPF Baramulla, male (53) from Zaldagar Srg, male (45) from Pampore Pulwama, male (75) from Nowhatta Srg, male (82) from Nishat Srg, male (55) from Tangmarg Baramulla, male (30) from Chadoora Budgam, male (27) from Boys Hostel GMC Bemina, male (39) from Khrew and three male (60, 85, 50) from NA.

Meanwhile, 128 more COVID-19 patients have recovered and were discharged from various hospitals including 28 from Jammu Division and 100 from Valley.

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