SRINAGAR – The Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday reported first dying associated to coronavirus in Srinagar amid ongoing lockdown of the valley by Indian forces since abrogation of its particular standing.
In line with KMS Information, the 65-year-old Muhammad Ashraf died at Chest Illness (CD) Hospital Dalgate. Docs stated 4 others who had been in touch with him have additionally examined for the lethal virus.
The sufferer had returned after visiting New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Jammu not too long ago after being a part of a ‘Tablighi Jamaat’ additionally attended by individuals from Indonesia and Malaysia.
The variety of whole coronavirus case in your complete territory has reached to 11 with eight instances within the Kashmir valley.
In the meantime, India has imposed a three-week lengthy nationwide lockdown with a purpose to restrict the unfold of the coronavirus pandemic within the nation. There are 678 confirmed COVID-19 instances in India whereas 13 individuals have misplaced their lives to date.