SRINAGAR — The number of coronavirus cases climbed to 109 in Jammu and Kashmir as three more persons under quarantine tested positive for the dreaded disease on Monday.
Among them, sources said one is from frontier Uri town of Baramulla district while two others are from Srinagar district. The case from the Uri is said to be a 41-year-old woman whose husband, a teacher has tested positive last week. Her sample was sent from GMC Baramulla to SKIMS and it came out to be negative, the sources said. The Srinagar cases are said to be from Nowshera and Chattabal Srinagar.
With these 3 fresh cases, 109 people have tested positive for the coronavirus disease and of them, 102 are active cases—84 in Kashmir and 18 in Jammu division. Among all 108 cases, four have recovered and were discharged while two others have died.