J&K Reports 84 New Covid-19 Positive Cases

 A health worker collects swab samples from a man for Covid-19 test, at TRC Srinagar | KO File Photo: Abid Bhat

Srinagar: Government on Wednesday said that 58 new positive cases of Novel Coronavirus (11 from Jammu Division and 73 from Kashmir Division) have been reported Wednesday taking the total number of positive cases in Jammu and Kashmir to 125547.

Moreover, 56 more COVID-19 patients have recovered and were discharged from various hospitals including 22 from Jammu Division and 34 from Kashmir Division.

According to the daily Media Bulletin on Covid-19, out of 125547 positive cases, 657 are Active Positive, 122939 have recovered and 1951 have died; 725 in Jammu division and 1226 in Kashmir division.

The Bulletin further said that out of 4917708 test results available, 4792161 samples have been tested as negative till 17thFebruary, 2021.

Till date 1232067 persons have been enlisted for observation which included 33839 persons in home quarantine including facilities operated by government, 657 in isolation and 107361 in home surveillance. Besides, 1088259 persons have completed their surveillance period.

Providing district-wise breakup, the Bulletin said that Srinagar has 26639 positive cases (including 42 cases reported today) with 272 Active Positive, 25907 recovered (including 15 cases recovered today), 460 deaths; Baramulla has 8167 positive cases (including 02 cases reported today)with 35 Active Positive, 7959 recovered (including 15 cases recovered today), 175 deaths; Budgam reported 7835 positive cases (including 09 cases reported today) with 39 active positive cases, 7678 recovered (including 06 cases recovered today), 118 deaths; Pulwama has 5803 positive cases (including 06 cases reported today) with 37 Active Positive, 5678 recovered (including 05 cases recovered today)and 88 deaths; Kupwara has 5672 positive cases (including 01 case reported today) , 05 Active Positive, 5571 recoveries (including 02 cases recovered today) , 96 deaths;  Anantnag district has 4973 positive cases (including 09 cases reported today) with  44 Active Positive, 4843 recovered (including 03 cases recovered today), 86 deaths;  Bandipora has 4705 positive cases (including 01 case reported today) with 13 Active Positive and 4630 recoveries, 62 deaths; Ganderbal has 4660 positive cases with 31 Active Positive, 4582 recoveries and 47 deaths; Kulgam has 2712 positive cases with 12 Active Positive, 2646 recoveries (including 01 case recovered today)and 54 deaths while as Shopian has 2590 positive cases (including 03 cases reported today) with 17 active positive cases, 2533 recoveries and 40 deaths.

Similarly, Jammu has 25116 positive cases (including 11 cases reported today) with 92 active positive cases, 24651 recoveries (including 05 cases recovered today), 373 deaths; Udhampur has 4241 positive cases 23 active positive cases, 4161 recoveries (including 05 cases recovered today) and 57 deaths; Rajouri has 3873 positive cases with 04 active positive, 3814 recoveries and 55 deaths; Doda has 3436 positive cases with 06 Active positive, 3366 recovered and 64 deaths; Kathua has 3256 positive cases with no active positive case, 3203 recovered and 53 deaths; Kishtwar has 2733 positive cases with 01 Active Positive, 2710 recoveries; 22 deaths; Samba has 2835 positive cases with 09 active positive cases, 2786 recoveries and 40 deaths; Poonch has 2520 positive cases with 19 active positive, 2477 recoveries (including 06 cases recovered today) and 24 deaths; Ramban has 2135 positive cases with no active positive cases, 2114 recoveries and 21 deaths while Reasi has 1646 positive with no active positive case, 1630 recoveries (including 06 cases recovered today) and 16 deaths.

According to the bulletin, among the total 125547 positive cases in J&K, 12013 have been reported as travelers while 113534 as others.

The Bulletin said that the breakup represents districts from which the patients have been traced or are ordinarily residing.



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