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COVID-19: 13 more test positive; J-K tally mounts to 874

Suhail Khan

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Srinagar, May 11 (KINS) : Thirteen more people have tested positive of the coronavirus in Jammu and Kashmir, taking the number of COVID-19 patients in J-K to 874.

Official sources told news agency KINS, As many as nine samples that were diagnosed for COVID-19 at Viral Diagnostic Lab of SKIMS, Srinagar, and all are residents of Kulgam.

Two other cases were confirmed at the COVID-19 testing laboratory at Chest Disease hospital, Dalgate.
Earlier this day two persons tested positive for COVID-19 in Jammu,One among them is from Batindi and another is from Nagrota both have travel history official added.

The total number of COVID-19 positive cases in Jammu and Kashmir stands now at 874.

Pertinently, A quinquagenarian from Alamrgari Bazar Srinagar became the fresh victim of the dreaded disease in Kashmir Valley on Monday, taking the toll in Jammu and Kashmir to ten.

With this fatality, 10 persons have died due to the disease so far in Jammu and Kashmir, 9 of them in Kashmir and one in Jammu division.(KINS)

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