154 More Test Positive, J&K Covid-19 Tally Rises To 5834

154 More Test Positive, J&K Covid-19 Tally Rises To 5834

 

15 Paramilitary Men, 5 Cops, 6 Pregnant Women Among Fresh Cases; 142 Patients Discharged

Nadeem Nadu

Srinagar, June 20: Fifteen paramilitary forces personnel and five policemen were among 150 Covid-19 infections reported in Jammu and Kashmir. The cases which also include six pregnant women and two doctors besides 34 travelers take the overall tally of the covid-19 patients in J&K to 5834.

Giving district wise break up, official sources told GNS that 28 cases were reported from Srinagar followed by Baramulla (21), Budgam (20), Shopian (12), 11 each in Jammu and Pulwama , Kugam (9), seven each in Kupwara and Kathua, six each in Udhampur and Ramban, Doda (4), Sama (3), Bandipora (2) and one each in 1, Rajouri, Reasi and Kishtwar.

In all cases, 14 are from 144 Bn CRPF Nehru park, four DPL Pulwama, one DPL Shopian, one BSF Man from Humhama, six pregnant women, two doctors, six months old baby, two minors, a government employee and health worker.

Dr. G H Yatoo, Nodal Officer Coronavirus Control Measures at SKIMS told GNS that out of the samples processed at the viral diagnostic lab today, 57 returned positive for the virus.

Professor Farooq Jan, Medical Superintendent SKIMS Soura, told GNS that 14 are from CRPF Battalions, 11 from Pulwama, 10 from Shopian, six each from Kulgam and Srinagar, four from Budgam, three each from Anantnag and Bandipora.

14 men from 144 Bn CRPF Nehru Park Srinagar are aged 43, 25, 20, 30, 54, 41, 34, 31, 29, 56, 35, 42, 40 and 55.
The cases from Anantnag include female (60) from Kanilwan, female (55) from Doonipawa and female (20) from Nanil while Kulgam cases are: male (65) from Watiqhan , two men (35, 22), female (55) from Bumbrath, female (60) and male (65) from Gadihama.

Among the Srinagar cases include female (50) from Peerbagh, two men (26, 52) and female (40) from SKIMS Srinagar while Budgam cases include male (65) from Magam, male (40) from Beerwah, male (50) and female (07) from Shankerpora Budgam.

The cases from Bandipora include M (04) from Mujgund, female (16) from Baduaah and male (40) from Kilshay while cases from Pulwama include four males (47, 43, 24, 32) from DPL Pulwama, a male ( 65) and female (60) from Bellow , female (30) from Chandpora, female (50) from Rahmoo , female (30) from Nickloora , female (25) from Aglar and male (50) from Kamrazipora.

The cases from Shopian
Include male (55) from DPL Shopian, male (35) from Lawahind two females (30, 15) from Sedow Shopian, three men (45, 80, 55) from Nildoora, female (16) from Nadigam, male (50) from Reshipora and male (23) from Zainapora.

Dr Riyaz Untoo, Principal SKIMS Bemina, told GNS that out of 427 samples processed at the hospital’s lab, 17 tested positive for COVID-19, all from Budgam. The cases include two men Charipora (35, 60), eight from Chaira Magam including six men (70, 60, 42, 37, 23, 11) and two females (60, 29), male (37) from Narbal , two males (40, 33) and two women (46, 37) from Warhama Beerwah, one BSF man from Humama and woman (29) from Ichigam.

The 36 cases confirmed at CD laboratory include male (32) from Shamsipora Anantnag , female (70) from Khudwani Anantnag, male (54) from Khanyar Srinagar, female (NA) from Rainawari Srinagar, female (65) from Harwan Srinagar, male (38) from Tangdar Karnah, two females (30, 30) from Mehrajpora Sopore, female (21) from Sangrampora, three females (22, 19, 17) and one male (13) from Krankshivan Sopore, female (25) from Dangerpora, female (72) from Badambagh Sopore, female (27) from Arampora Sopore, female (25) from Botongoo Sopore, male (65) from Killora Shopian, female (65) from Khanpora Baramulla, female (25) from Machipora, male (06) from Kangan, males (51, 32, 50, 38, 33, 30) from Delina, female (31) from Malpora, male (69) from Kanlibagh, female (45) from Anantnag
Three men (56, 30, 27) and a female (24) from Hayan, a male (25) from Halmatpora and female (30) from Gazriyal.

Meanwhile, government said that 142 people—81 from Jammu and 61 from Kashmir divisions were discharged from various hospitals after recovery.