Seven coronavirus cases reported in Indian Occupied Kashmir

KASHMIR: In Indian Occupied Kashmir the numbers of coronavirus cases were reported seven after three suspects returned positive results.
According to Kashmir Media Service, this has taken the total number of positive cases in occupied Kashmir to seven includes 04 in the Kashmir Valley and 03 in Srinagar.
Citing the details of new cases it said two men one with travel history to Saudi Arabia and another the Andamans tested positive for COVID-19 in Srinagar. Another patient from Baramulla district also tested positive, the report said.
Government spokesman Rohit Kansal said in a tweet “Two more cases reported positive in Srinagar. One has confirmed travel history outside India. Full details regarding the second being ascertained.”

One of them, a 57-year-old man, had a recent travel history to Saudi Arabia. He had returned to Kashmir on March 16, the same day a woman from Khanyar became the first Coronavirus positive patient in Kashmir.
The other person a 65-year-old man had traveled to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and returned to Kashmir via Delhi.

 

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