No coronavirus case in J&K

No confirmed Coronavirus cases in Jammu and Kashmir, but be cautious, a health official said on Friday.
Shafqat Khan, Nodal Officer, coronavirus control Jammu and Kashmir, said that around 230 samples were collected from across the Union Territory and among which 27 were sent for testing to Delhi.
The officers will ensure the creation of adequate quarantine, isolation and other requisite facilities besides undertaking adequate measures for surveillance of home quarantined persons.
Meanwhile the Kashmir Health Department were on alert to deal with any possible case in the valley.
Trained staff has been mobilised and an isolation ward has been established at Maternity Centre and General OPD at Sanatnagar, Srinagar.
The Jammu and Kashmir government has also deputed medical staff to screen foreigners at the Srinagar airport. 
ShahidChoudhary (Dy. Commissioner Srinagar) tweeted as “#CoronavirusOutbreak is Global Health Emergency. Awareness is equally important as Preparedness. People landing at Srinagar airport pl ensure 100% self-declaration for your own safety and everyone else. Pl cooperate with Health teams.
“Health Deptt Sgr with active help of @CISFHQrs and @AAI_Official established 5 help desks at Srinagar aiport… For all those travelling to Srinagar. Pl report.”


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