Srinagar- Jammu and Kashmir reported at least 35 more covid-19 related deaths since last evening and among victims two were aged 25 and 35 years respectively, officials said on Monday.
They said 24 deaths were reported from Jammu division out of whom twenty persons succumbed at GMC Jammu while two fatalities each were reported at CD hospital and Gandhi Nagar, according to news agency GNS.
Eleven other deaths took place in Kashmir Valley, taking the overall fatality count to 2405 and over four hundred deaths were reported in little over a month since April 1 alone.
An official said that a 77-year-old woman from Kelam Kulgam died at district hospital Kulgam, a day after she was admitted there.
A 58-year-old woman from Hamdaniya Colony Bemina died at SMHS hospital, 11 days after she was admitted at the facility and tested positive for the virus.
A 55-year-old man from Sanat Nagar Srinagar died at JVC hospital, a day after he was admitted at the one of the facilities for the management of the covid-19 patients.
An 80-year-old man from Rawalpora Srinagar was brought to SMHS where doctors declared him brought dead and he tested positive for covid-19
A 55-year-old man from Safakadal Srinagar, died four days after he was admitted to SKIMS Soura, they said.
A 72-year-old woman from Hazratbal Srinagar died 11 days after remaining she was admitted to the tertiary care hospital, they said.
A 35-year-old from Moomin Abad Batmaloo Srinagar died at SMHS hospital, three days after he was admitted with bilateral community acquired pneumonia.
A 78-year-old man from Safapora Ganderbal died i SKIMS Soura, they said.
A 55-year-old from Karanagar Srinagar died at GMC Srinagar while a 25-year-old man from Natipora Srinagar died at home, they said.
A 65-year-old from Old Town Baramulla died in SDH Sopore, three days after she was admitted there.
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