Weekend lockdown imposed in view of increasing corona infection in Jammu and Kashmir

'Weekend lockdown imposed in view of increasing corona infection in Jammu and Kashmir'

In view of the increasing cases of corona infection in Jammu and Kashmir, the state government has issued orders for a complete ban on non-essential movement during the weekend throughout Jammu and Kashmir.



In Jammu and Kashmir, 25 percent of the cases of corona infection are increasing. Keeping this in mind, the government does not want to take any risk. Routine surgery has already been postponed in state hospitals.



The state administration has fully implemented the corona curfew in all the districts of the state from 9 am on Friday night to 6 am on Monday. The State Committee formed to deal with the situation of Corona has limited the number of people participating in indoor and outdoor activities to 25.



Only 25 people will be allowed to participate in any program in the backcountry halls of all the districts of the state. For this, the RT PCR test of all the people involved should not be more than 72 hours old. Apart from this, in all cinema halls, multiplexes, restaurants, clubs, gyms and swimming pools of the state, only 25 percent people will be allowed against the total capacity. Orders have been issued to adopt online process of studies in all colleges, schools, polytechnic colleges, ITIs in the state.