News Topic:Face Masks
As a measure to contain the spread of COVID-19 infection, district authorities in Pulwama have made wearing face masks mandatory.
DC Srinagar said that any citizen who will be found roaming without wearing face masks will be forced to undergo on-spot Rapid Antigen Test.
Lieutenant Governor, G C Murmu, on Monday authorized all deputy commissioners in J&K to impose penalties including Rs 500 on those who do not wear masks, spit at public places as well as the owners of auto rickshaws or two wheelers who violate the social distancing norms.
Directors of School Education Kashmir and Jammu have been directed to make availability of safety items in government schools to students in view outbreak of coronavirus.
In view of spike in COVID-19 cases and to intensify the efforts in the fight against the pandemic, District Administration in the interest and safety of both customers and staffers/salesmen at the retail outlet points has issued orders for implementing the ‘No Mask No Fuel’ rule.
PULWAMA — As a measure to contain the spread of COVID-19 infection, district authorities in Pulwama while invoking Section 34 of the Disaster Management...
As protection kits including masks vanish from the markets in the wake of growing demand, a self-help group in Pampore area of southern Pulwama district is making masks and distributing them in general public besides health department.
SRINAGAR — Jammu and Kashmir Government has made wearing of face masks for the officers, staff and visitors in the Civil Secretariat Jammu as...
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