Covid-19

Kashmir Observer reporters and editors are working overtime in the ongoing crisis situation to keep you updated. We want our readers to stay safe and informed.

Amid COVID Gloom, A Silver Lining For Kashmiri Students

Amid COVID Gloom, A Silver Lining For Kashmiri Students

For some lockdown-weary Kashmiri students, a moment of respite came recently when they started attending an open-air school in the boroughs of Budgam. After the striking classroom images made it to social media, many Kashmiri students wondered: “When would we get to attend such schools?”

Doctor, 13 Others Die Of Covid-19, Toll 335

Doctor, 13 Others Die Of Covid-19, Toll 335

At least fourteen people, including a doctor on Tuesday died of coronavirus in Jammu and Kashmir, taking the number of fatalities due to the deadly disease to 335 in the Union Territory

100 Security Men Among 489 New Cases

100 Security Men Among 489 New Cases

Over a hundred security personnel and 79 travellers were among 489 people who tested Covid-19 positive on Tuesday in Jammu and Kashmir, raising the number of infected people across the Union Territory to 18879

Home Quarantine For Asymptomatic Patients With No Co-Morbidities

Home Quarantine For Asymptomatic Patients With No Co-Morbidities

The Jammu and Kashmir government on Monday announced that the asymptomatic Covid-19 patients with no co-morbidity and asymptomatic contacts will remain under home quarantine to ease pressure on major healthcare institutions in the Union Territory

‘Please Take Care of Our Children’: Farewell in Kashmir’s COVID Ward

‘Please Take Care of Our Children’: Farewell in Kashmir’s COVID Ward

The cruelty of this pandemic is that it sweeps invincibly through the house and takes away loved ones before their family could say a final goodbye. Death is patently inevitable but to lose loved ones without comforting them or give them a proper funeral at the end, is likely to haunt the victim families forever

8 More Die Of Covid-19 In Kashmir, Toll In J&K 308

8 More Die Of Covid-19 In Kashmir, Toll In J&K 308

At least eight more people on Saturday died of Covid-19 in Kashmir Valley, raising the number of fatalities due to the deadly disease in Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir to 308

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