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Mir Salman
Oct 22, 2021
In Road Status and Conditions
Current Status for Srinagar Leh Highway Currently as on 22 Oct 2021: the Srinagar Leh ( Srinagar to Kargil ) Highway will be closed for 3 days, As the weather department of Kashmir has issued an advisory regarding the Great western disturbance. Therefore authorities have decided to close all high passes roads Like Zojila, Gurez etc. The Srinagar to Kargil road is closed for both way i.e. The traffic police will not allow any traffic from Srinagar to Kargil and Kargil to Srinagar traffic will be not be allowed. POLICE HELPLINE NO However, We request you to call the Police Control Room Srinagar before planning your travel on said roads. • PCR Srinagar (0194-2450022, 2485396) Closed for Friday. On every Friday the Srinagar to Kargil road will be closed for maintenances purpose.
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Mir Salman
Jun 10, 2021
Update: 16-01-2022 Weekend Lockdown ordered by the J&K Administration, however the Director J&K Tourism , Kashmir seeks order for hassle free movement of tourists and tourist vehicles, Kindly note all tourists can travel in and around Kashmir to all tourist destinations except in night, as Night curfew is in place from 9 PM to 6AM All days. For more updates stay tuned, all updates regarding the Covid-19 will be posted here. Srinagar: Covid-19 test mandatory for travelers arriving at airport . Updated: 10 JUN 2021 – Article by (Mint) The Tourism in Jammu and Kashmir has resumed and hotels, Tour operators and Taxi Services has resumed their Services, Tourists has started to arrive at Srinagar Airport to explore the natural beauty and beat the heat of this summer in The Paradise on Earth Kashmir. However, if you're planning to travel to Srinagar or Kashmir and Ladakh there are some SOP's and Protocols one should know and follow as below. Authorities in Kashmir ordered that inbound travelers will not be allowed to leave the airport until their test report is received The test reports will be issued on the spot before letting the travelers go The meeting was informed that those with 48-76 hour-old RT-PCR negative reports from their departing cities will not have to undergo testing at the Srinagar airport. Strengthening the preventive measures against COVID-19 in the wake of the rising cases in some states of the country, authorities in Kashmir on Saturday ordered that inbound travellers will not be allowed to leave the airport here until their test report is received. The test reports will be issued on the spot before letting the travelers go, an official spokesman said. In a meeting convened here as part of the preventive plan, in-charge Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Shahid Iqbal Choudhary issued directions for putting in place required measures to avert the spread of coronavirus in the Valley, the spokesman said. Choudhary directed for strengthening the preventive mechanism at the Srinagar airport, instructing the Srinagar and Budgam district administrations to set up additional coronavirus testing facilities to enable quick receipt of the test reports. He instructed that no inbound traveller be allowed to leave the airport until their COVID-19 test report is received, the spokesman said. He said the instructions come in the wake of a recent trend within Kashmir which shows a greater number of infections in travellers compared to local cases of COVID-19 infections. The spokesman said it has been decided that those travellers whose reports come positive would be isolated in order to prevent transmission and spread of the infection among the local population. Relevant protocol as given in the COVID-19 SOP manual will be followed in the case, he said. The meeting was informed that those with 48-hour-old RT-PCR negative reports from their departing cities will not have to undergo testing at the Srinagar airport. Earlier, while speaking during the meeting, Director, Health Services Kashmir, Dr Samir Mattoo said the COVID-19 situation is under control. The transmission rate is also quite low but stricter measures at the airport have to be taken to avert rise in infections, he said. It was informed that a rise in the positive cases as reported in some states outside J-K along with the recent trend of finding more infections in inbound travellers has necessitated taking these preventive measures as directed, the spokesman said. PTI SSB AQS AQS

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