129 New Covid-19, 3 Black Fungus Cases Reported In J&K

Srinagar, Aug 13: Jammu and Kashmir reported 129 fresh covid-19 cases even as there was no death due to the virus in the last 24 hours, officials said on Friday.

They said 66 of the cases were reported from Jammu Division and 63 from Kashmir Valley, taking the infection tally to 323190 in J&K.

Providing the district-wise details, they said, Srinagar reported 21 cases, Baramulla 8, Budgam 11, Pulwama 2, Kupwara 3, Anantnag 5, Bandipora 0, Ganderbal 5, Kulgam 8, Shopian 0, Jammu 15, Udhampur 5, Rajouri 9, Doda 16, Kathua 1, Samba 1, Kishtwar 3, Poonch 1, Ramban 0 and Reasi 15.

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

The CD cases include male (35) from Barbarshah, female (50) from Rainawari, male (19) from Nigeen, female (5) from Soura, male (45) from Chewakalan Pul, male (75) from K K Bagh, female (27) from Noorpora, male (20) from Buchoo, male (70) and two females (70, 58) from NA, male (48) from Harwan, male (24) and female (55) from HMT, male (39) and female (30) from Dalgate, male (20) from Chimmer Kulgam, male (50) from Bewora Bhijbehara, male (30) from Bhijbehara, male (30) from Narpora Kokernag, male (18) from Watnard Kokernag, male (48) from Sgr and female (28) from H G Ang.

The GMC Anantnag cases include male (20) from Chimmer Kulgam, male (50) from Bewoora Bij, male (30) from T M Shah Bij, male (30) from Narpura Kokernag, male (18) from Watnard Kokernag, male (48) from Sallar, male (40) from Shangus Ang and female (28) from H G Ang.

Meanwhile, there was no death due to the virsu. So far 4395 people have fallen victim to the pathogen in J&K—2156 in Jammu division and 2239 in Kashmir.

Moreover, they said, 112 more COVID-19 patients have recovered, 60 from Jammu Division and 52 from Kashmir Valley.

So far, 317471 people have recovered, leaving the number of active cases at 1324—572 in Jammu and 752 in Kashmir.

There were three fresh confirmed case of mucormycosis (black fungus) reported today. Thus far 41 black fungus cases have been confirmed in J&K, the officials added.

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