Jammu & Kashmir

Srinagar airport authority issues fresh advisory as COVID cases rise

People outside Srinagar airport. [FPK File Photo/ Vikar Syed]

Srinagar: In wake of the surge in COVID cases in Jammu and Kashmir, authorities at Srinagar airport here have decided to fine Rs 500 from the people found without face masks and also follow the rule of no mask no entry.

Director Srinagar airport, Kuldeep Singh told Kashmir News Observer that COVID disease is spreading at a rapid pace and the infection is more in crowded areas.

“All our passengers are requested to please maintain social distance at the airport and also wear masks at all times. We follow the rule of No Mask No Entry,” he said, adding that they have decided to fine Rs 500 if any passengers remove their mask.

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