Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir on Friday witnessed 34 more coronavirus related deaths, while 1723 more fresh cases of infection were reported from the Union Territory during the last 24 hours.
Officials said Friday that the deadly infection claimed 21 more lives in Kashmir Valley and 13 in Jammu division, taking the overall fatality count since the outbreak of pandemic in J&K last year to 4026.
Regarding the fresh cases, officials said, 1124 were reported from the Valley and 599 from Jammu, taking the total case tally to 297602.
Giving district wise details, the officials said that Srinagar reported 303 cases, Baramulla 177, Budgam 128, Pulwama 138, Kupwara 111, Anantnag 72, Bandipora 48, Ganderbal 37, Kulgam 88, Shopian 22, Jammu 165, Udhampur 53, Rajouri 73, Doda 48, Kathua 22, Samba 25, Kishtwar 31, Poonch 95, Ramban 75and Reasi 12.
Also, officials said, 2731 more patients have recovered, 1107 from Jammu Division and 1624 from Kashmir valley. There are now 29615 active positive cases, 10612 in Jammu and 19003 in Kashmir.
Meanwhile, officials said one new confirmed case of mucormycosis (black fungus) has been reported today, bringing the cumulative number of confirmed cases to 14 in the J&K.
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