A medical worker checks the body temperature of a man while screening people for Covid-19 in Jammu and Kashmir | Representational image | Photo: ANI
A medical worker checks the body temperature of a man while screening people for Covid-19 in Jammu and Kashmir | representational image | Photo: ANI
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Srinagar: Seven people tested positive for coronavirus in Kashmir on Saturday, taking the total number of cases in Jammu and Kashmir to 27, officials said.

Contacts of the fresh positive cases are being traced, they said.

“Seven more positive cases in Srinagar today. Four cases had a history of contact with already positive cases of religious congregation while the other three had travel history outside J&K,” government spokesman Rohit Kansal said.

“Tough to be harbinger of unpleasant news. But being informed is being prepared,” he posted on Twitter.

Of the total 27 cases, 21 have been reported in the Kashmir Valley, while six in Jammu region.


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