Srinagar: Twenty-four army personnel, eight police personnel, and four pregnant women were among 148 fresh cases of COVID-19 reported in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday.
These cases, which also include three services provides and as many as minor, have taken the total number taking the number of cases in J-K to 6,236.
While twenty of these cases from Jammu division while 128 are from Kashmir, officials said 111 more COVID-19 patients have recovered and were and discharged from various hospitals.
Giving the district wise breakup of the cases, unnamed sources told a local news agency, Global News Service (GNS), that forty-five cases were reported from Pulwama, twenty eight from Srinagar, sixteen each in Kulgam and Baramulla, seeven from Kupwara, six from Anantnag, five each in Bandipora, three each in Ganderbal, Ramban and Kathua, Reasi, and two each from Samba and Doda besides one in Jammu.
Meanwhile, among the 111 patients discharged today, fifty-one are from Jammu Division and sixty from Kashmir, officials said.
So far 3642 people–873 from Jammu division and 2769 from Kashmir while 87people—77 from Valley and 10 from Jammu have died. (GNS)