Coronavirus: Negligence Again Endangered The People Of The Valley

Baramulla: People strictly practising social distancing while they queue up to buy medicines outside a medical store during 21-day long nationwide lockdown imposed as a precautionary measure to contain the spread of COVID-19, in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla on March 25, 2020. (Photo: IANS)

Corona is now wreaking havoc in terrorism-riddled Jammu and Kashmir. 41 patients have been reported in the valley, while two have died. The condition is that thirteen cases came on a single day on Saturday. One of these patients is from Udhampur and two are from Jammu. One of the two infected patients from Jammu is a doctor at GMC Hospital.

In fact, apart from the epidemic, the negligence of the administration and some people have also put the lives of the residents of the valley in jeopardy. Somewhere the travel history was hidden, and somewhere despite the Corona signs, people from abroad were allowed to go to their homes and villages.

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In addition to Srinagar, a patient returned from the hospital has received infection from Bandipora, Bemina and Rajori in Jammu division. This elderly patient has died but a dozen people exposed to it have now been found positive.

Two seven-year-old and eight-month-old grandchildren have also been infected due to contact with a corona patient in Srinagar itself. Earlier, people from abroad were allowed to go without investigation, taking Corona lightly.

A 67-year-old woman from Srinagar who returned from Saudi Arabia was found positive two days after arriving home. There are many more such cases, which are now being investigated.