The federal government has categorised all districts of Jammu and Kashmir excluding the Kishtwar district in Jammu division as orange zones following the evaluation of the Covid-19 scenario within the Union Territory. “The categorisation of districts into crimson, orange and inexperienced zones can be adopted for the aim of implementation of permitted actions within the respective districts as per a separate order, to be issued by the State Govt Committee (SEC),” reads an order issued by the Chief Secretary, J&Ok and Chairman, State Govt Committee, BVR Subrahmanyam on Thursday.
This classification has been executed after the State Govt Committee performed an in depth overview of the present Covid-19 scenario in Jammu and Kashmir.
It was executed whereas taking into consideration an general evaluation of the scenario pertaining to the unfold of Covid-19 within the Union Territory, tendencies in new circumstances significantly the current spike in new circumstances.
This in view of the continual motion of individuals travelling to Jammu and Kashmir, and between provinces or districts with danger of additional unfold and the danger notion of the well being division in every district and the necessity to management the additional unfold of Covid-19.
Accordingly, the federal government has declared the Lakhanpur Containment zone on the NH-44 with a buffer of 500 metre radius and Jawahar tunnel space, on both aspect as Crimson Zone whereas the Jammu division’s Kishtwar district has been stored within the class of Inexperienced Zone not like the remainder of the districts of the division.
The order additional stated that this classification can be reviewed periodically and any additional modifications can be made by the federal government of Jammu and Kashmir.
(With PTI inputs)