SOPORE — After many people tested positive for COVID-19 in different schools in Jammu and Kashmir, three teachers have tested positive for COVID-19 in north Kashmir’s Sopore on Saturday.
Quoting an official, GNS reported that three teachers have tested positive for COVID-19 at Girls Higher Secondary School Sopore on Saturday.
Additional Deputy Commissioner Sopore Parvaiz Sajad Ganai said that they are mulling to shut down the institution for some days as a precautionary measures.
He said deputy commissioner Baramulla has also been informed about the issue.
Pertinently authorities on Friday announced the closure of three educational institutions in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district for the period of three days as a precautionary measure in the wake of the COVID-19 positive contacts.
Amid rising number of COVID-19 cases lately, the government on Friday said that deputy Commissioners (DMs) shall take call on keeping open or closing the schools in respective districts in Jammu and Kashmir. (GNS)