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With 73 Deaths, J&K Reports Highest Ever Single Day Covid-19 Fatalities, Toll Reaches 3222 :Nidae Kashmir

With 73 Deaths, J&K Reports Highest Ever Single Day Covid-19 Fatalities, Toll Reaches 3222

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With 73 Deaths, J&K Reports Highest Ever Single Day Covid-19 Fatalities, Toll Reaches 3222

3344 Fresh Cases Take Overall Tally To 247952

Srinagar, May 17 (GNS): Jammu and Kashmir reported the highest-ever single-day spike in the number of covid-19 deaths as 73 persons succumbed to the virus in the last 24 hours, officials said on Monday.

Also, 3344 new covid-19 cases have been reported, 1418 from Jammu Division and 1926 from Kashmir, taking the overall tally to 247952.

Regarding the deaths, they said, 54 were reported from Jammu Division and 19 from Kashmir Valley, taking the fatality count 3222.

Providing district-wise details, the officials told GNS that Srinagar reported 495 cases, Baramulla 118, Budgam 376, Pulwama 145, Kupwara 124, Anantnag 228, Bandipora 137, Ganderbal 82, Kulgam 164, Shopian 57, Jammu 613, Udhampur 228, Rajouri 106, Doda 90, Kathua 115, Samba 89, Kishtwar 27,  Poonch 56, Ramban 43 and Reasi 51.

A number of these cases were confirmed at diagnostic laboratories of SKIMS Soura, CD hospital, and GMC Anantnag.

The SKIMS cases include male (38) from BSF Kupwara, male (42) from Malikpora Kupwara, male (36) from Malikpora Kupwara, male (24) from Malikpora Kupwara, male (48) from Gulgam, male (19) from Marhama, male (25) from Laderwan Kupwara, male (75) from Warsun Kupwara, female (38) from Saiwan Kupwara, male (38) from Dardpora Kupwara, male (08) from Dardpora Kupwara, female (28) from Sheikhpora heril Kupwara, male (28) from Hangha, male (30) from Babgund Langate, male (49) from Sagipora, male (26) from Chowdary Bagh Srinagar, female (55) from Rajbagh, male (41) from Mattan, female (65) from Hyderpora, male (27) from Kanitar, male (37) from Soura, male (14) from Sgr, male (27) from Soura, male (60) from Lalbazar, female (75) from Buchpora, male (31) from Nowhatta, female (38) from Hawal, male (50) from Kakapora, male (38) from Bemina, male (49) from Pandach, female (50) from Zakura, female (47) from Kawdara, female (06) from Soura, female (60) from Hawal, male (45) from Soura, male (40) from Lalbazar, male (27) from Soura, male (40) from Nagbal Ganderbal, female (50) from Bagi mehtab Sgr, female (40) from Soura, female (66) from Soura, male (36) from Anchar Soura Sgr, male (64) from Ahmed Nagar Sgr, male (29) from Alsteng ganderbal, male (37) from 90Ft Soura, female (32) from Dagpora Sgr, female (42) from Barzulla, male (12) from Sgr, male (55) from Panzinara Sgr, male (70) from Nagbal Ganderbal, male (32) from Sumbal Bandipora and female (65) from Hyderpora.

The CD cases include female (60) from Pastuna, female (19) from Rathsuna, male (30) from Dobipora, female (22) from Chattabal, female (65) from Zoonimar, male (35) and female (04) from Bemina, male (24) from Srg, female (45) from Sopore, female (40) from Khankah, male (25) from Karan Nagar, female (38) from Chattabal, male (40) from Nawabazar, two females (20, 45) from Nowhatta, female (42) from Khanyar, female (28) from Nawabazar, female (55) from Budgam, male (78) from Ganderbal, two females (55, 29) from Hyderpora, male (12) from Awantipora, male (40) from Parraypora, male (30) from Tengpora, male (28) from Soura, female (50) from Habakadal, male (70) and female (42) from Srinagar, male (NA) from Bemina, female (13) and male (10) from Tulsibagh, male (63) and females (70, 30) from Lal Bazar, male (44) from Eidgah, male (60) from Fatehkadal, two females (30, 35) from Natipora Srg, male (34) from Bemina, male (26) and two females (23, 24) from Srg, female (48) from Mehjoor Nagar, male (80) from Pulwama, male (47) from Alochibagh, male (50) and female (40) from Rajbagh, female (25) from Batmaloo, male (50) from Qamarwari, male (44) from Lal Bazar, two males (58, 30) from Kachnambal, male (22) from Khanan, male (37) and female (30) from Satrina, male (55) from Khalmulla, f…

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