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Covid-19 suspects face immense problems at SKIMS
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Covid-19 suspects face immense problems at SKIMS

Did doctors run away from Covid patients? Srinagar, Mar 27, KNT: Covid-19 suspects are facing immense problems at Valley’s leading medical institute here in Soura Srinagar. Some Covid-19 suspects are being brought to hospital by Police and some turn voluntarily. A large chunk of these suspects are females with travel history. The family members of some of the Covid-19 suspects who had gone to SKIMS Soura on Thursday told Kashmir News Trust that throughout the day suspected patients were made to wait outside the hospital while nobody was ready to collect their samples. “Six patients including three females were made to wait outside the hospital from 10:30 to 4:30. They were neither kept in isolation wards nor provided any bed. When we brought the matter into the notice of a top...
ARMY DISTRIBUTES FREE RATION AND SUPPLIES TO DAILY WAGE EARNERS, MIGRANT LABOURERS AND THE NEEDY DURING THIS HOUR OF NEED   
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ARMY DISTRIBUTES FREE RATION AND SUPPLIES TO DAILY WAGE EARNERS, MIGRANT LABOURERS AND THE NEEDY DURING THIS HOUR OF NEED  

Srinagar, 27 Mar 2020.   Living upto the expectations of being a ‘Humsaya’ and in its continuous efforts to help and assist the people in their times of need the Army distributed rations among the daily wage earners, migrant workers and the needy. Considering the lockdown announced by the Govt to avoid spreading of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) the Army came forth to help the disadvantaged sustain the lockdown with minimum problems. This initiative is being undertaken throughout the Valley at grassroots level to ensure the well being of the Awaam. Hundreds of persons were benefitted, and many more will be reached out to in the coming days.In another continuing initiative by the Army, posters and leaflets containing various advisories and precautionary measures are being posted throughout ...
Coronavirus Pandemic: Four more tested positive in Sgr, toll in JK mounts to 16
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Coronavirus Pandemic: Four more tested positive in Sgr, toll in JK mounts to 16

Srinagar, Mar 27 : Four more persons were on Friday tested positive for deadly coronavirus, taking the toll of active positive cases to 16, officials said. Government spokesman, Rohit Kansal in his tweet informed that four more persons have been tested positive in the Valley, adding that two among them have travel history of abroad while two more have travel history of outside Jammu and Kashmir as part of religious congregation. “#COVID19 #JammuAndKashmir 4 more positive cases in Kashmir; all from Srinagar district - 2 have travel history abroad; the other 2 have travel history outside J&K as part of religious congregation,” Kansal tweeted. Notably, first death of Coronavirus pandemic was reported in the valley on Thursday while one positive case has recovered. The total number of positive...
Sanitation cum fumigation held at Kulgam
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Sanitation cum fumigation held at Kulgam

KULGAM, MARCH 26: Following the directions of Deputy Commissioner Kulgam Showkat Aijaz Bhat, to breakdown the spread of Corona Virus infection, Rural Development department today carried out an intensive sanitation cum fumigation drive in several blocks of the district.The drive was carried out with proactive participation of officials of RDD along with BDC's in Qoimoh, Frisal and Behibagh Blocks.DPO Kulgam, Mohammad Imran Khan said that to contain the spread of Coronavirus the department of Rural Development is constantly carrying out sanitation and fumigation drives across all blocks and panchayats of the district.He also added that the department is also generating awareness among people about the DO's and Dont"s to contain the spread of the infection.