Today, five new cases reported taking the positive cases of COVID-19 in Jammu and Kashmir rose up to 75, out of which 70 are active cases said, Rohit kansal Principal secretary, Planning, J&K UT administration, while addressing the press conference.
A total of 34 red zones have been identified in Jammu and Kashmir with respect to the reporting of COVID-19 cases. 24 of these are in Kashmir division. These includes seven in Pulwama, four in Bandipora, four in Budgam, five in Srinagar, two in Shopian and one each in Ganderbal & Baramulla while 10 are in Jammu division — four in Jammu, five in Rajouri and one in Udhampur, he said.
Pri Secy Plg, Inf. & Govt Spokesperson Rohit informed 22,993 cases are under surveillance & 1218 cases have been tested.
He also told, To ensure smooth flow of essential supplies to the Valley NH 44 Highway has been reopened and nearly 800 trucks & tankers have crossed Jawahar Tunnel carrying fruits, vegetables and POL.Downward movement of material such as apples from Valley has also started.
Principal Secy Planning Rohit Kansal, also Govt spokesperson briefing about the current situation on #COVID19 as on 3rd April,2020
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First coronavirus patient from Kashmir was discharged from hospital on Thursday.