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14 positive cases reported in Baramulla and Bandipora, 11 recovered in north Kashmir
5/5/2020 12:25:25 AM
S Tahir-ul Haq
Early Times Report

BARAMULLA, May 4: In twin districts Baramulla and Bandipora, 14 new cases were reported today, while as 11 have recovered in north Kashmir.
Media Bulletin said that Bandipora reported two positive cases making a total of 130 positive cases with 68 Active Positive, 61 recovered (including 6 recovered today), 01 death.
While as in Baramulla district there were reported 12 cases today, totaling to 103 positive cases with 61 Active Positive, 39 recovered ( including 05 recoveries today), 03 deaths; with 02 fresh cases today and Kupwara has 66 positive cases with 43 Active Positive, 23 recovered, said a media bulletin.
DC Kupwara said that with seven more recoveries total number of active cases for Kupwara is now 36. Strict Restrictions under 144 CrPC and Disaster Management Act to continue till 18th May as entire Kashmir province categorized as Red zone by Govt of JK. According to the details available that, (AYUSH) of Indian System of Medicine (ISM) distributed immunity booster medicines among employees at mini secretariat Bandipora, to boost the natural immunity.
Additional Deputy Commissioner, Bandipora, Zahoor Ahmad Mir said the immune booster medicines are being distributed as per protocol issued by the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India and following the direction of Director Indian System of Medicine (ISM) J&K.
In the introductory session Dr, Irfan Banday highlighted the role of immune boosters in Covid-19 pandemic. He said that enhancing the body’s natural defense system (immunity) plays an important role in maintaining optimum health.
Dr. Irfan along with a team of doctors instructed employees about the mode of consumption and dosage of these immune-boosting medicines.
On the occasion Nodal Officer ISM Dr. Iftikar Gazi said that the immunity booster medicine is being distributed, free of cost by the Department of Indian System of Medicine (AYUSH).
He informed that more than 5000 immunity-boosting medicine has been distributed among the front line workers, Red zone areas and buffer zones across the districts.
He said that besides distributing medicines, the ISM doctors and paramedic staff is actively working shoulder to shoulder with the Department of Health in hot spot areas for survey purpose and establishing contacts of the suspects.
He said awareness is also being given to the locals by ISM regarding precautions to prevent COVID19 spread.
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