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Free bipaps and oxygen equipments for covid patients

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A ray of hope among people of Jammu rises as the Traders Federation Association creates oxygen war rooms for the public. The Traders Federation provide free Bipaps, oxygen cylinders and oxygen concentrators to the covid-19 affected patients in the city.

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“This is sad that everyday 40-50 people are succumbing to this virus. 132 people have have lost their lives since 3 days in Jammu. Our leaders like Atal Dulloo Ji and Advisor Bhatnagar Ji should make tours of the wards and check the lack of equipments in Hospitals.” Deepak Gupta, President of Traders Federation said

“Our Federation provided help in the Gujarat calamity and gave ration in Jammu region during the first wave of covid-19. It is all done voluntarily by us. We have created 3 war rooms. The first one is oxygen having 120 oxygen cylinders, 5 bipaps, 5 oxygen concentrators and flowmeters arranged from Delhi.” He added

The Traders Federation has arranged a ration war room for the needy people in Jammu region. As per the requirements, they deliver ration at 5 pm in the evening.

“I believe the Administration didn’t take serious experience after the first wave. If bipaps were available, hardly any deaths would’ve happened. It gives me happiness to say that 5 of our bipaps saved 18 patients’ life.” Deepak said

Some contact numbers by the Traders Federation have been assigned for help.

Name Contact no.
Rajeev Gupta 9419296363
Vipul Gupta 9419126704
Kapil Gupta 9419202217
Ankur Gupta 9419194708
Rahul Mahajan 7006464260
Sandeep Gupta 9419189494
Atul Mahajan 9419198055
Ankush Gupta 9419135298
Tanishk Gupta 7889517923
Sahil Gupta 9796003812
Raghav Gupta 9419397733
Nihal Gupta 7006562285
Lucky Gupta 9797300449
Akash Behl 9796072100
Rahul Gupta 9419133199
Sourab Gupta 9419155837
Ankit Gupta 9419222775
Atul Mahajan 9419198055
Vijay Gupta 9796828899
Sumeet Gupta 7006972346

Muskan Langoo, Content writer, JK Media

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Portion of bridge washed away due to heavy rain

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A big portion the bridge over Pai Nallah on Simbal Choa – Dera Baba road was damaged due to heavy rainfall, following which vehicular traffic on the road was closed.

One side of the bridge at village Bhabar, about 20 km from Reasi, has caved in. This bridge connects Dera Baba Banda Bahadur with Reasi.

According to Bodh Raj, former Sarpanch of the area, closure of the bridge because of damage has caused immense problem for the locals. “Condition of the roads from Simbal Chuha to Dera Baba Banda Bahadur and from Bhabar to Kundra is very dilapidated. The road from Bhabar to Kundra is in bad condition. Five kilometers of road is in bad condition which needs proper attention from the administration, he added.

People of the area have to the District Administration and DDC Chairperson to look after the matter and got the damaged part of the bridge repaired at the earliest so that vehicular movement is restored as early as possible.

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DC Jammu issues new timings for opening shops

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District Magistrate Jammu Anshul Garg has issued guidelines for opening of Shops/ Establishment in district.

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Lockdown relaxation: J&K Govt Issues Fresh Guidelines for shops

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The Jammu & Kashmir administration on Sunday relaxed Covid-induced restrictions in eight districts–Poonch, Reasi, Ramban, Doda, Shopian, Kulgam, Ganderbal, and Bandipora as the coronavirus infection declines. However, guidelines on the Covid containment, notified on 29 May, will continue to remain in force till further orders.

The union territory has allowed all government and private offices to function subject to strict adherence to Covid appropriate behaviour.

Here’s what’s allowed in the 8 districts:

1. Barbershops, salons, and parlours will be permitted to open on all days of the week (except on Saturdays and Sundays).

2. Standalone shops, outdoor bazaars, shopping complexes would be permitted to open on all days (except Saturday and Sunday).

3. All government offices can function without any restrictions subject to strict adherence to Covid appropriate behaviour.

4. The wholesale trade of liquor would continue to be permitted to operate 5 days a week (except Saturdays and Sundays) in the entire UT.

 

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Covid-19 Stats

14 Jun 2021, 2:07 AM (GMT)

Coronavirus Stats

29,507,438 Total Cases
374,287 Death Cases
28,148,977 Recovered Cases

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