21 More Die Of Covid-19 In J&K

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Srinagar- Two women, aged 25-years and 27-years respectively, were among at least twenty-one persons who succumbed to the covid-19 in Jammu and Kashmir since overnight, officials said on Friday.

Twelve of these deaths were reported from Jammu while nine others were from Kashmir Valley, taking the overall fatality toll due to the virus to 2274.

A senior official said that among the twelve deaths reported in the winter capital, ten died at GMC Jammu while two others were brought dead and tested positive posthumously. “Of the two persons brought dead by a 27-year-old woman,” the official said, as per news agency GNS.

A 25-year-old woman from Shankarpora Anantnag died at SKIMS Soura here, two days after she was admitted to the tertiary care hospital, the officials said here.

A 54-year-old woman from Eidgah Srinagar died at SMHS hospital, they said.

A 45-year-old man from Batmaloo also died at SMHS hospital, a day after he was admitted, they said.

A 65-year-old man from Shivpora Srinagar died at SKIMS Soura, six days after he was admitted to the hospital, they said.

A 65-year-old man Bagh-e-Mehtab Srinagar also died at SKIMS Soura, four days after he was admitted, they said.

A 70-year-old man from Rangwar Baramulla died at GMC Baramulla, nearly a week after he was admitted there, they said.

A 95-year-old man from Rajbagh Srinagar died at CD hospital, six days after he was admitted there, they said.

A 60-year-old man from Natipora Srinagar died four days after he was admitted to SHMS hospital, they said.

A 55-year-old man from Bogund Kulgam died at GC Anantnag , nine days after he was admitted to the health facility and diagnosed as having bilateral CAP, they added.

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