Restrictions imposed in Bhatindi, Sunjwan, Gujjar Nagar areas of Jammu. COVID19 Restrictions imposed in Bhatindi, Sunjwan & Gujjar Nagar areas of Jammu District. For any medical emergency 24×7 Control Room can be contacted at 0191-2571616 & 0191-2571912
The number of positive cases rise in JK to 33. The number of positive cases rise in JK to 33, testing being done aggressively, hence rise in numbers. The last 5 positives today are all contacts of prior positives and are asymptomatic. They would never have been known for upto 2 weeks and would have
Govt. AMT School Selection List for undergoing various training courses in Jammu. Candidates have been selected for undergoing General Nursing & Midwifery and Paramedical Training Courses in AMT School, Jammu SESSION:- 2019-2020. Selection List AMT Jammu.
Jammu, Srinagar, Kargil, Leh Lockdown till 31 March 2020. 75 Districts in India under Lockdown till 31st March; Jammu, Srinagar & Kargil, Leh in the list Seventy five Districts in India are under Lockdown till 31st March amid Coronavirus Scare. Souces in Administration told that decision was taken in High level meeting chaired by Cabinet
Important Message to the people of Jammu. People of Jammu are requested to not create panic for essential commodities. All shops supplying essential commodities shall remain open. Restrictions are being imposed by Administration to maintain social distancing for prevention of spread of coronavirus
All shops except Grocery, Chemist and Medical Shops shall be closed in Jammu. Despite advisories to avoid gatherings, large number of people are still found in the market areas, thus in order to implement social distancing, all shops except Grocery, Chemist and Medical Shops shall be closed with immediate effect. Sushma Chauhan, IAS DM Jammu
Jammu DM bans the entry of worshipers to worship places with immediate effect. Jammu and Kashmir: Jammu District Magistrate bans the entry of worshipers/devotees/pilgrims to the places of worship with immediate effect in Jammu till March 31. The order says, “Religious leaders may, however, continue to follow the norms of prayers”. #Coronavirus