DC Kishtwar calls on civil society to follow COVID protocol religiously – Kashmir Reader

KISHTWAR: Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar Ashok Sharma today urged civil society to religiously follow appropriate Covid behavior to protect their lives.
He said as the graph of the virus increases in the country, people need to be very careful to avoid the third wave by not letting their guard down.
He called on carriers, traders and other stakeholders to comply with COVID guidelines / SOPs established by the government.
The DC said the administration will not allow any violation of the Covid protocol and that action will be taken against violators under the various provisions of the relevant law.
In addition, he urged parents to get their children aged 15 to 18 vaccinated at the earliest.
He informed that the vaccine dose can also be obtained in selected schools, special vaccination camps and other vaccination centers.
In addition, the deputy commissioner appealed to the PRI and religious leaders to sensitize the popular masses to stick to the universal use of face masks, maintain social distancing and maintain hygiene by washing their hands frequently in addition. to take the age-appropriate COVID protective vaccination on time.

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