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DC Jammu appeals people to keep following Covid Appropriate Behaviour

JAMMU: Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Anshul Garg today appealed to the people to keep following the Covid Appropriate Behaviour along with other guidelines including wearing masks, maintaining social distancing and hand hygiene, besides taking vaccination.

Briefing media about the current covid scenario in district Jammu and further relaxation in the restrictions, the Deputy Commissioner said that recoveries continue to outnumber the daily new cases and decreasing trend in positive cases continues. He informed that as recovery rate is better than rate of new active cases, the bed capacity has been reduced.

He also informed that the sites for vaccination have been set up across the district for the convenience of the people to scale up vaccination. He urged the people to make online slot booking and get inoculated.

The Deputy Commissioner said that weekend restrictions have been lifted but night curfew is still imposed from 8 pm to 7am. He also said that shops have been allowed to open for all days from 7am to 7 pm. He again appealed to the people to keep following the safety  SOPs/guidelines issued by the Administration as they are for their own benefits and protection from Covid-19.

He informed that people can also share their feedback and grievances on the official Twitter account of Deputy Commissioner “@dcjammuofficial” or through Facebook “District Administration Jammu” and “District Information Center Jammu”.

 

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