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Authorities mentioned on Saturday that Jammu and Kashmir reported a minimum of 20 extra COVID-19 deaths since final night, and two of the newest victims are 35-year-old ladies, with a complete dying of three,815.

Of those, 12 deaths have been reported from Jammu and the remaining from Kashmir Valley.

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Officers mentioned the victims in Jammu embrace a 60-year-old man from Falian Mandal, a 55-year-old lady from Decrease Gadigarh, a 35-year-old lady from Domana Jammu, an 82-year-old lady from Digiana Jammu. , 67-year-old lady from Palli Bari Brahmin, 62-year-old man from Poonch A / P Trikuta Nagar, 85-year-old lady from Bantalab Jammu, 94-year-old man from Sidhara Jammu, Bakshi Nagrand, 69-year-old resident of Resham Ghar Colony, RS Pura, 55-year-old lady, Rupnagar 71-year-old lady from Palaura and 66-year-old lady from Jammu.

Officers mentioned the victims of the valley embrace a 65-year-old man from Puchal Pulwama who died 25 days after being admitted to the district hospital Pulwama.

He mentioned that an individual from Karimabad died within the district hospital Pulwama a day after being admitted there.

In accordance with officers, an 80-year-old man from Sangrwani Pulwama died six days after being admitted to the identical hospital.

He mentioned that an individual from Kokernag died at GMC Anantnag final night.

He mentioned that in North Kashmir, a 52-year-old man from Tangmarg, Baramulla died a fortnight later when he was admitted to SKIMS Bemina.

As well as, Charar-e-Sharif, a 35-year-old lady, died two days after being admitted to the COVID-19 administration facility, he mentioned.

In accordance with officers, two deaths have additionally been reported on the SMHS hospital.





Supply: www.jammumetro.com

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