SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir

The Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday reported three more confirmed cases of the coronavirus, taking the tally to seven.

The confirmation came as the government spokesman Rohit Kansal said on Twitter three more positive cases from the region’s main city Srinagar were reported.

One of the patients had a travel history to Saudi Arabia while the other had returned from India’s capital New Delhi after participating in a religious gathering attended by people from Indonesia and Malaysia as well.

Shahid Choudhary, deputy commissioner in the city, appealed to the people in the region especially travelers

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