Srinagar: The district authorities on Saturday discharged another batch of 16 people who completed mandatory two-week quarantine period in this capital city upon their arrival in the Valley last month.
The group was under thorough medical supervision throughout their quarantine period and was discharged after clearance from doctors and health authorities, an official spokesperson said today.
ADC Srinagar M Hanief Balkhi and other concerned supervising officers oversaw their discharge.
A total of 1827 persons have been discharged from administrative quarantine so far after successfully completing their two-week quarantine in Srinagar, the official spokesperson added.
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