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In a major relief for the people of Jammu and Kashmir, Thursday saw a significant drop in the death toll as there were only 37 deaths, while the positivity of cases also declined as there were 2796 new positive cases in UT. The total number of active cases in Jammu and Kashmir has increased to 42272.

The death toll in UT has risen to 3,739 with 37 more deaths and 2,769 fresh positive cases reported on Wednesday bringing the number of positive cases to 281,628. Jammu and Kashmir has been under the grip of Curona curfew since 29 April.

Of the total 281,628 cases, 173,052 are from Kashmir division and 108,576 are from Jammu division. Of the 2,769 new cases, 1,805 are from Kashmir division, while 964 are from Jammu division, officials said, adding that the total number of positive cases in Kashmir division has reached 173,052, including 145,753 recoveries and 1,931 deaths. The total number of positive cases has reached Jammu division 108,576, including 89,864 recoveries and 1,808 deaths.

Officials said that the total number of active cases in Jammu and Kashmir is 42,272, including 25,368 from Kashmir division and 16,904 from Jammu division.

With 4,352 more recoveries, the total number of recoveries in Jammu and Kashmir has increased to 235,617 which is 83.66 percent of the total cases.

“In Jammu and Kashmir, the cases tested positive were 377 from Srinagar, 260 from Baramulla, 195 from Budgam, 196 from Pulwama, 217 from Kupwara, 205 from Anantnag, 78 from Bandipora, 96 from Ganderbal, 146 from Kulgam and 146 from Kashmir division. Contains 35 from Shopian. 964 from Jammu division include 384 from Jammu, 63 from Udhampur, 95 from Rajouri, 88 from Doda, 50 from Kathua, 35 from Samba, 22 from Kishtwar, 47 from Poonch, 78 from Ramban and 102 from Reasi.

A 24-year-old youth from Hiranagar and a 35-year-old youth from Deval Bilawar in Kathua district succumbed to COVID-19 at GMC Jammu and ASCOMS Siddhara respectively. Seven women were among the latest COVID victims, while one died at home.

Of the 37 deaths that took place today, 09 died in GMC Jammu, 01 in GMC Kathua, 01 in ASCOMS Jammu, 05 in GMC Rajouri, 01 in GH Rajouri, 03 in SMVDNH Katra, 01 in IV Hospital Amritsar, 01 in Capital Hospital Jalandhar. happened. Fortis 01 in Amritsar, brought home 03 / dead, 01 in SMHS SGR, 01 in SKIMS Bemina, 01 in DH Bandipora, 01 in GMC Anantnag, 01 in GMC Baramulla, 01 in JLNM Hospital, 02 in CD Hospital SGR 01 in these DH Kulgam and TH Bijbehra.

According to official figures, 63,825 positive cases including 755 deaths and 57,620 recoveries are from Srinagar, 20,695 including 249 deaths and 17,357 recoveries from Baramulla, 19,553 including 16,223 recoveries and 171 deaths from Budgam, 12,518 including 10,150 recoveries and 161 deaths from Pulwama. . , 11,348 including 138 deaths and 9,299 recoveries from Kupwara, 13,920 including 9803 recoveries and 157 deaths from Anantnag, 7,143 from Anantnag and 8,209 cases including 85 deaths, 8,288 of which 6,970 recoveries and 67 deaths are from Ganderbal, 9,531 including 7,237 recoveries and 94 deaths in Kulgam. There are 5,165 in which 3,951 have been cured and 54 deaths are from Shopian.

In Jammu division, 79, 395 and 1013 deaths including 71,651 recoveries are from Jammu district, 10,34, of which 9,326 are fine and 117 deaths are from Udhampur, 6, 379, of which 7,4 are fine and 179 deaths. There are 5,437 from Rajouri, of which 7,160 are fine and 7 deaths are from Doda, 7,605 recoveries and 127 deaths from Kathua, 4,522 recoveries including 6,606 and 105 deaths from Samba, 3,897 recoveries and 31 deaths from Kishtwar. Out of, 4,947 3,948 recoveries and 77 deaths from Poonch, including 4,843 3,777 recoveries and 49 deaths. There are 5,125 from Ramban and 4,506 of them are fine and 35 are from Reasi.

According to the daily information bulletin, 2,058,592 persons are under surveillance in Jammu and Kashmir, while 78,768 persons are kept in home quarantine, besides 42,272 persons in isolation.

According to the Bulletin, 1,790,046 persons have completed the monitoring period and 143,767 persons are under domestic surveillance, with the results of 8,403,522 samples available so far. Out of 8,403,522 samples tested negatively, 8,121,894, while 281,628 tested positive, 42,272 of them are active, 235,617 have recovered and 3,739 have died.

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