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44 fresh positive cases, 305 active positive, two more recoveries in North Kashmir
5/30/2020 11:27:01 PM
S Tahir-ul Haq
Early Times Report

BARAMULLA, May 30: With each passing day there is no let up in the new positive cases, as out of 44 fresh positive cases, 40 were reported in Baramulla district only, three in Kupwara and only one in Bandipora district today.
According to the district wise details, 40 fresh positive cases were reported today in Baramulla district including four travelers and 36 others, the cumulative cases in the district are 217, 110 are active positive, with five deaths so for. In Kupwara three fresh positive cases took the toll to 258, active positive cases are 184, in Bandipora one fresh positive case has been reported today, taking the toll to 146, while as two have recovered today and one death has occurred so far. However there are reports that, there are some positive cases in Khawja Bagh after which the authorities have sealed the area and will be likely declared as Red zone by tomorrow. Meanwhile, with regard to Covid-19, DC Bandipora, Ravinder Kumar today hailed the untiring efforts of the front line workers that bore fruits as evident from the decreased number of cases. He said the war has not ended yet and urged the officers not to lower the guard till the chain is broken. He said the officers need to be more alert with ease in restrictions and urged the people to continue to follow advisories for their own safety and maintain social distancing. Deputy Commissioner also reviewed the progress on several projects of public importance including water supply schemes, roads and other infrastructure besides reviewing the status of works on several languishing projects in the district.
He said certain developmental works have resumed in the district with priority given to important projects of public importance. He urged the officers to expedite the work on these projects so that projects can be completed at earliest.
DDC Bandipora said much time has been wasted owing to the lockdown and hence work needs to be expedited to compensate the losses. He directed them to keep in consideration the related health advisories especially maintaining social distancing and using safety gears while working on these projects.
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