Covid-19: JK Reports 15 New Cases, No Deaths SRINAGAR: The government today announced that 15 new cases of Corona virus (COVID-19) have been reported, 02 from Jammu section and 13 from Kashmir section, bringing the total number of cases found in Jammu and Kashmir to 453652. .
In addition, 12 other COVID-19 patients have recovered and been discharged from various hospitals including 04 in Jammu Division and 08 from Kashmir Division.
The Bulletin also announced that no new Mucormycosis case has been reported today, which is why the number of confirmed cases is still pending across J&K. In the COVID policy, the report states that 29,442 doses of the COVID vaccine have been given over the past 24 hours bringing the total total volume controlled across J&K to 2,20,55,170.
According to the Daily Bulletin of the Corona virus (Covid-19), in 453652 cases, 138aAcc Positive (28 in the Jammu Division and 110 in the Kashmir Division), 448764 have recovered and 4750 have died; 2327 in the Jammu section and 2423 in the Kashmir section. The Bulletin further stated that out of the 24234669 test results available, 453652 samples were tested and 23781017 tested negative. In addition, 31,884 COVIDs were tested in the last 24 hours.
To date 6284093 people have been registered for viewing which includes 31987 people detained in homes including government facilities, 138 alone and 467986 in home security. In addition, 5779232 people have completed their guard duty.
Providing regional divisions for the positive cases reported today, the Bulletin said Srinagar reported 10 cases, Budgam, Kupwara and Bandipora reported 01 cases each and Baramulla, Anantnag, Kulgam, Pulwama, Ganderbal and Shopian reported no new cases today.
Similarly, Jammu reported 02 cases while Udhampur, Rajouri, Kathua, Kishtwar, Poonch, Samba, Doda, Reasi and Ramban reported no new cases today.
The bulletin informs you that in the event of any assistance, the general public may call the J&K UT Centralized Health Helpline- Toll Free No. 104.In emergencies, people can get free 24 × 7 ambulance services by calling the toll free 108 number during pregnancy. Sick women and babies can get free services by calling 102 toll free, it reads.
Also note that the public can reach the national help line by calling 1075.
In addition the report informs the public that for any type of COVID-19 query, go to www.covidrelief.jk.gov.in