occupied Kashmir reports first Coronavirus Death

occupied Kashmir reports first Coronavirus Death

Corona virus, which has caused thousands of deaths worldwide, has also started its wars in occupied Kashmir and the first casualties there have been reported.

Indian oppression has continued on the one hand in the occupied valley facing curfew and lockdown since August 5, 2019, and on the other hand, due to the Coronavirus, the problems of the people have increased.

In this regard, news agency Economic Times reported that a 65-year-old man from Hyderabad-occupied Jammu and Kashmir region died of the virus.

"We are sharing the bad news of the first death from the Coronavirus, my heart is with the families of the deceased and we stand with you," tweeted Srinagar-based Mayor Azim Moto.

In addition, government spokesman Rohit Kansal confirmed the first death via Twitter, saying that the death of a person from Hyderabad-Srinagar was the first death from the Kurna virus.


The total number of victims was 11 with these four victims, he said.

In addition, NDTV reported that the 65-year-old was a preacher and his Corona test came out positive 3 days ago.

It was also reported that the victim had returned from a visit to mosques in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh a few days ago.

However, after confirming the death, the area has been sealed and contacts are being tracked, while the four people whose tests came out positive and about 70 have been quarantined, including 7 doctors.

If you look at the Coronavirus worldwide, it has limited almost one-third of the world's population to homes, and it has swept the lamps of almost 21,000 lives in total, with more than 440,000 people.

In Italy, the worst affected by the outbreak, the death toll has exceeded 7,500, with a total of 74,386 Corona cases reported.


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