How Long Coronavirus Will Last in Jammu Kashmir, Admin Responds
“The impression of Coronavirus is likely to last in Jammu and Kashmir for the next six to seven months (thats too long though) “. That’s what the administration of the Jammu and Kashmir hinted at on Sunday and urged the local masses to stay strong in defeating the life threatening infection.
Chief Secretary, BVR Subramaniam on Sunday stressed and urged people to use face masks and execute social distancing . ‘Jammu Kashmir would remain safe and balanced as long as people show their cooperation with the administration by following the guidelines and advisories issued by the authorities.
“We are required to be alert as this ( coronavirus ) is expected to last for six to seven more months,” Subrahmanyam told reporters after reviewing arrangements at the Udhampur railway station for the return of over 50,000 migrants stranded in various parts of the country.
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He said 40,000 migrants have been brought back rom Punjab and Himachal Pradesh by buses. Now special trains have been pressed into service to speed up the process, he added.
“The situation in all districts of Jammu and Kashmir is well under control. In fact, the situation is far better in Jammu division where only isolated cases have been detected in the recent past among those who were brought back, the chief secretary said.