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33 Persons discharged after completing two-week quarantine period in Baramulla and Sopore
Use of masks will help in protecting community at large from Covid
4/4/2020 9:59:12 PM
S Tahir-ul Haq
Early Times Report

BARAMULLA, Apr 4: Authorities in Baramulla today discharged about 33 students including 23 in Sopore and 10 in Baramulla, who were shifted into administrative quarantine upon their return two weeks ago, after successfully completing their 14-day quarantine period.
In Baramulla, the students were shifted into a local hotel who had returned from different places within and outside the country. Similarly, the students in Sopore were shifted to Sub-District Hospital (SDH) Sopore who returned from the affected regions.
Assistant Commissioner Revenue Baramulla, Mohammad Rafiq Lone oversaw their discharge and their transportation. Other supervising officers including Medical Superintendent Associated Hospital Baramulla Dr Syed Masood among other concerned functionaries were also present on the occasion.
These groups were under thorough medical supervision throughout their quarantine period and were discharged after clearance from doctors.
On the occasion, the students expressed satisfaction over the facilities being provided to them during the quarantine period.
They were asked by the concerned experts to act as ambassadors in their respective areas and familiarize the people about the necessary precautions that need to be taken to avoid any kind of eventuality.
While as twenty three (23) students who were shifted into Sub district hospital Sopore quarantine centre upon their return from outside country or states to Sopore two weeks ago were discharged today after successfully completing their 14-day quarantine period.
“All these students have successfully completed the 14-day long quarantine in the accommodation provided to them by district administration, today in presence of ADC and Tehsildar Sopore all were sent to home.
Hospital Authorities had made quarantine accommodation inside Sub district Hospital (SDH) Sopore for these students who have returned from Bangladesh and from other parts of the country are now being allowed to go home in different places of the Sopore division.
Block Medical officer Sopore Dr. Asif Khanday said that, “all these students have been allowed to go home after completing their 14 days quarantine period with the advice that they must remain in home quarantine for other 14 days as precautionary measures.
Meanwhile it is learnt that, DAK has issued advisory asking people to wear ‘homemade face covers’ especially when they step out of their houses.
Use of masks will help in protecting community at large from COVID-19, asking people to wear ‘homemade face covers. Use of masks will help in protecting community at large from the disease, says advisory.
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