Jammu and Kashmir Police chief Dilbag Singh and his wife have examined positive for COVID-19. Confirming the information, Singh instructed PTI over cellphone, “Yes, unfortunately it’s true and we have started medication for the same.” Both Singh and his wife had been in self-isolation at residence.
The police chief has appealed to those that had are available contact with him lately to isolate themselves and, if crucial, endure test.
Singh, a 1987-batch IPS officer, and his wife had taken the primary dose of COVID-19 vaccine and had been scheduled to get their second dose quickly, the officers mentioned.
Doctors had been monitoring the well being of the police chief and his household, they added.
Meanwhile, not less than 50 college students of two colleges in Kulgam and Anantnag districts of Jammu and Kashmir examined positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, forcing the authorities to shut the establishments for every week, officers mentioned. Thirty-six college students of Noorani Public School in Khull space of Damhal Hanjipora in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district examined positive throughout a random sampling drive, DH Pora Block Medical Officer (BMO) Shugufta Salam mentioned.
Meanwhile, 14 college students additionally examined positive for COVID-19 at Government High School in Kathsoo space of the neighbouring Anantnag district, the officers mentioned. They mentioned the college has been ordered to stay closed for every week. In one other case, two workers members at Kothibagh Higher Secondary School additionally examined positive for the virus, they mentioned.
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