Srinagar :The Jammu & Kashmir Government in it’s daily Covid Bulletin on Monday said that 34 fresh positive cases of novel Corona virus (COVID-19) including 9from Jammu division and 25 from Kashmir valley reported till Monday evening raised the total number of positive cases to 478357, Stating therein further the one more Covid death reported from Kashmir Valley till Monday evening raised the J&K’s overall Covid death toll to 4783.
Government in it’s Monday’s daily Covid Bulletin also said that moreover, 141 more COVID-19 patients have recovered and been discharged from various hospitals including 20fromJammu division and 121from Kashmir division.
According to the daily Media Bulletin on novel Corona virus (Covid-19), out of 478357 positive cases, 793 are Active Positive (224 in Jammu Division and 569 in Kashmir Division), 472781 have recovered and 4783 have died; 2350 in Jammu division and 2433 in Kashmir division.
The Government in it’s daily Bulletin also said that 11,427 doses of COVID Vaccine have been administered in the last 24 hours across Jammu and Kashmir bringing the cumulative number of doses administered to 2,43,68,193 till date.
Providing district-wise breakup for positive cases for Monday, the Bulletin informs that in Kashmir division, Srinagar reported 14 cases, Baramulla reported 05 cases, Budgam 02 cases, Pulwama reported 02 cases, Kupwara reported00 cases, Anantnag reported00cases, Bandipora reported 00 cases, Ganderbal reported 00cases, Kulgam reported 02 cases while as Shopian reported no fresh cases for Monday.
Similarly in Jammu division, Jammu reported 05 cases, Udhampur 00, Rajouri 00, Doda 01, Kathua 01, Samba 01, Kishtwar 00, Poonch 01, Ramban 00and Reasi also reported no fresh case for Monday.
The bulletin informs that in case of any help, the general public can call J&K Centralised Health Helpline- Toll Free No. 104.In case of emergency, people can avail free ambulance services 24×7 by calling toll free number 108 while as pregnant women and sick infants can avail free services by dialling toll free number 102, the bulletin reads. It also informs that the public can reach national helpline by dialling 1075.