In J-K 2645 people die due to Covid19 last year

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Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir has reported over 2,20,000 cases besides over 2600 deaths in the year 2021.

As per the data available with the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) J-K reported 2,20,458 cases in the year 2021 which includes 1,44,100 from Kashmir division and 76,358 from Jammu division.

During the same period J-K reported 2,645 deaths which includes 1,143 from Kashmir division and 1,502 from Jammu division.

As per the data, May month was the deadliest month as J-K reported 114,382 cases and 1,624 deaths in May.

Pertinently, Jammu and Kashmir reported 4,438 cases and 52 deaths in the month of December 2021.

4,698 cases and 44 deaths were reported in J-K in the month of November while 2,819 cases and 10 deaths were reported in the month of October in UT.

4,011 cases including 3,234 from Kashmir and 777 cases from Jammu besides 14 deaths seven each from Kashmir and Jammu were reported in the month of September in J-K.

3,957 cases including 2691 from Kashmir and 1266 from Jammu and 30 deaths including six from Kashmir and 24 from Jammu were reported in August month.

5800 cases and 54 deaths were reported in the month of July and 416 deaths and 25, 197 cases were reported in the UT in the month of June.

“1,4,382 positive cases and 1624 deaths were reported in Jammu and Kashmir in the month of May. In an ongoing year, J-K reported 45,123 positive cases including 28,540 from Kashmir division and 16,583 from Jammu division. Besides, 289 deaths which included 136 from Kashmir division and 153 from Jammu division in the month of April,” the figures reveal.

“J-K reported 3,579 positive cases and 53 deaths in January. 1,998 positive cases and 21 deaths in February, and 4,456 positive cases and 37 deaths in March,” the data said—(KNO)

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