Srinagar March 21: Around 200 people who arrived Srinagar from various parts of the world on Saturday have been quarantined.
Sources told Kashmir In-depth News Service ((KINS) that today in early among 200 students who returned from Bangladesh and other countries were taken to quarantine centers by the authorities.
“No one is being left without screening or quarantined. Even a top official’s niece who returned on Friday was also quarantined,” sources said.
Sources said the top official is also dealing with arranging accommodation and other facilities for the quarantine.
Sources however said government was facing short of space to accommodate more people, who are arriving in coming days.
“Government is looking for accommodation where more people could be quarantined,” sources said.
Meanwhile a top official said government was taking all measures to prevent spread of virus.
“We can’t compromise with the health of people,” he told Kashmir Indepth News Service.
Meanwhile, people, who arrived from Ladakh on Thursday, today also complained of poor facilities at quarantine centre here in the outskirts of Srinagar city.
On Thursday around 80 people arrived Srinagar Airport from Ladkah and were quarantined in the different locations in the outskirts of Srinagar city.(KINS)