Srinagar: The district authorities on Tuesday discharged another batch of 34 more people who completed mandatory two-week quarantine period in this capital city upon their arrival in the Valley last month.
All except one in this group belonged to Srinagar district, an official spokesperson said today. Upon being discharged all these persons were ferried home. Concerned supervising officers oversaw their discharge and their transportation.
The group like all others before was under thorough medical supervision throughout their quarantine period and was discharged after clearance from doctors and health authorities, the official spokesperson said.
“The remaining overseas-return or domestic travellers in administrative quarantine in the district will complete their quarantine period and will be sent home this week,” he added.
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