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Jammu and Kashmir coronavirus tally crosses 100,000-mark; 507 new cases

181 new cases came up in Jammu division and 326 in Kashmir division

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IANS  |  Srinagar 

Jammu and Kashmir coronavirus tally crosses 100,000-mark; 507 new cases

Total cases in crossed the one lakh mark as 507 more persons tested positive on Wednesday, with 433 more recoveries recorded in the Union Territory.

An official bulletin said 181 new cases came up in Jammu division and 326 in Kashmir division.

So far, 1,00,351 corona cases have been detected in J&K, of which 93,313 have recovered. Its death toll is 1,558, including nine who succumbed on Wednesday.

The active cases total 5,480 -- 1,601 in Jammu division and 3,879 in Kashmir division.

--IANS

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First Published: Wed, November 11 2020. 20:10 IST
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