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    COVID-19: Cases in Jammu-kashmir reaches 1289 with 106 fresh cases recorded

    106 new cases of Covid-19 were reported in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday. The new cases include 55 policemen, including five doctors and an SP rank officer. With this, the number of corona patients in Jammu and Kashmir has increased to 1289. Of the latest cases, 94 are from Kashmir and 12 from Jammu. Of these 59 are from Anantnag district. 12 from Srinagar and Kulgam include four from Kupwara, while two each from Bandipura, Jammu, Kathua, Rajouri and Poonch and one each from Baramulla, Shopian, Budgam, Ganderbal, Pulwama, Udhampur Ramban, Kishtwar and Doda.

    According to the nodal officer of Government Medical College, Srinagar, out of 750 samples taken in the last 24 hours, 55 are from the district police line Anantnag. Of these, 8 are admitted to SMHS Hospital. Apart from the 3 ENT doctors of the hospital, one doctor each is also included in Government Dental College Srinagar and SKIMS Bemina. The remaining patients include 2 from Anantnag, 2 from Srinagar (passengers from New Delhi), one from LD Hospital in Bandipura, 2 from Jammu, one each from Ganderbal, Kulgam, Handwara, Pulwama, Doda, Banihal, Kishtwar and Kathua. Are included.

    A senior police officer said that DPL Anantnag is a collection center and all the positive 55 employees are from the armed police. One of them is also an officer of SP rank. Today, while 106 positive cases have been reported, three people have also died due to this epidemic. With this, the number of people killed from Covid 19 in Jammu and Kashmir has increased to 16. With these cases, the number of Covid-19 patients has so far increased to 1289 in Jammu and Kashmir. According to officials, 609 of these have been cured so far.


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