Srinagar: Authorities on Tuesday discharged forty more people after they completed their mandatory quarantine period at a government operated facility in this capital city.
According to an official spokesperson, forty more persons who were shifted into administrative quarantine in Srinagar two weeks ago, were discharged today after successfully completing their 14-day quarantine period.
“The group like all others before them was under thorough medical supervision throughout their quarantine period and was discharged after clearance from doctors and health authorities,” the official spokesperson said.
He said that concerned supervising officers oversaw their discharge and transportation to their respective homes.
“A total of 1906 persons have been discharged from administrative quarantine so far after successfully completing their required two-week quarantine in Srinagar,” he added.
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