Kashmir Indepth

COVID-19: 44 more test positive in Kashmir

Srinagar, May 16 : Fourty four persons have tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday in Kashmir Division sofar.

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A health official told Kashmir Indepth that a total of 44 persons sofar have tasted positive in Kashmir Division today. He said among 27 were tested positive at SKIMS lab while 12 were reported at Chest disease hospital Srinagar.

Earlier, 12 pregnant women among 14 from Ananthnag, three other from Kulgam became a fresh victim of this deadly virus.

As per today’s summary from SKIMS total 27 tested positive sofar for COVID-19 including 10 from Jammu (Travellers), 12 from Kupwara, 03 From Anantnag, 01 each from Baramulla and Budgam.

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