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J&K Reports 67 Covid-19 Deaths, 4169 Fresh Cases Toll Cross 3400-Mark, Tally Reaches 260057 :Nidae Kashmir

J&K Reports 67 Covid-19 Deaths, 4169 Fresh Cases Toll Cross 3400-Mark, Tally Reaches 260057

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J&K Reports 67 Covid-19 Deaths, 4169 Fresh Cases Toll Cross 3400-Mark, Tally Reaches 260057

Srinagar, May 20 : Jammu and Kashmir reported 67 more covid-19 deaths while 4169 people were confirmed to have contracted the infection in the last 24 hours, officials said on Thursday. They said that 41 among the fatalities were reported from the Jammu division and 26 from Kashmir Valley, taking the overall fatality count to 3422. Regarding the fresh cases, they said, Jammu reported 1518 cases and 2651 from Kashmir Valley, taking the overall tally to 260057. Providing district wise details of the cases, the officials told GNS, Srinagar reported 674, Baramulla 333, Budgam 393, Pulwama 187, Kupwara 206, Anantnag 255, Bandipora 215, Ganderbal 117, Kulgam 206, Shopian 65, Jammu 499, Udhampur 180, Rajouri 158, Doda 79, Kathua 174, Samba 117, Kishtwar 55, Poonch 56, Ramban 124 and Reasi 76. Out of 67 deaths, they said,17 died in GMC Jammu, seven in GMC Rajouri, one in GMC Kathua, one in GH Gandhi Nagar Jammu, two in GMC Doda, two in DH Udhampur, two in SMVDNH Katra, one in CHC Mendhar, one in CHC Bhaderwah, seven in Home/ Brought Dead, two in SKIMS Soura, three at SKIMS Bemina, four in SMHS Srinagar, three in DH Pulwama, three in DH Kulgam, two in SDH Kupwara, two in GMC Anantnag, one in LD Hospital, two in GMC Baramulla, two in CD Hosp Srinagar, one in CHC Pethkoot and one in JLNM Srinagar. A number of fresh cases were confirmed at the diagnostic laboratory of SKIMS Soura and GMC Anantnag.SKIMS cases include male (50) from Ch BSF Humhama Sgr, male (45) from Hayhama Kupwara, male (30) from Lolab Kupwara, male (30) from Arampora Kupwara, female (25) from Kupwara, male (57) from Halmatpora Kupwara, male (27) from Kawari Kupwara, male (19) from Trehgam Kupwara, male (19) from Zirhama Kupwara, male (65) from Hirri Kupwara, female (28) from Lalpora Kupwara, male (27) from Warsun Kupwara, female (37) from Trathpora Kupwara, male (40) from Vilgam Kupwara, male (25) from Manzgam Kupwara, female (40) from Warsun Kupwara, male (65) from Reshigund Kupwara, female (60) from Reshigund Kupwara, female (18) from Hanzishart Kupwara, female (75) from Kulangam Handwara, male (32) from Dpl Handwara, female (36) from IG office Nishat Sgr, male (32) from 18Madras Kalaroos Kupwara, male (32) from 45RR Kalaroos Kupwara, male (46) from Pachpan Bandipora, female (36) from Nadihal, female (06) from Nadihal, male (65) from Binlipora Bandipora, male (25) from Brar Bandipora, male (54) from Fatehkadal Sgr, female (39) from Natipora Sgr, female (55) from Nowhatta, male (38) from Rawalpora, female (18) from Bemina, female (24) from Bemina, female (57) from Tangpora and female (43) from Gulshan Nagar Sgr. The GMC Anantnag include male (30) and female (17) from Panjpora, four males (40, 40, 35, 40) from Bihar/ Panjpora, male (25) from Mirmidan, male (38) from Gutligund, male (65) from Nowgam, male (37) and female (32) from Prinagam, male (55) and two females (25, 24) from Doru, female (50) from Kreeri, male (26) from Badasgam, male (38) from D M Pora, two males (18, 34) from Hakura, female (74) from Khanabal, female (26) from Fatehpora, male (27) from Omoh, two females (25, 50) from Dooru, female (25) from Sadoora, male (45) from Shangran, male (29) from Shankerpora, female (27) from Pul, male (70) and two females (55, 55) from Bijbhera, female (65) from Gulshannagar Srg, male (46) from Mattan, male (27) from Schichan, male (25) from Vessu, female (27) from Dodoa, female (37) from Wanpoh, female (28) from Shirpora, male (45) from Batengoo, male (40) from Chanapora, female (27) from Batengoo, female (34) from Achabal, male (33) from Waterhal, female (55) from Anchidora, male (52) from Lamad, male (32) from Sangran, female (30) from Bijbhera, male (24) from Ruhu Ang, male (34) from Ash…

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