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COVID-19: J&K Police working 24X7 to make protective gears for jawans to fight pandemic

COVID-19: J&K Police working 24X7 to make protective gears for jawans to fight pandemic

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 05 Apr 2020, 10:18 am

Jammu/UNI: To fight the COVID-19 pandemic, Jammu and Kashmir Police has started making protective gears round the clock at all welfare centreS in its district headquarters.

J&K Police, in view of lockdown, is not only maintaining the law and order situation but also reaching out to people for all kind of help and cooperation so that the masses do not face problems in getting the essential commodities.

The protective gears comprising masks, gowns and bouffant caps (head covers) are being made at welfare centres under the supervision and guidance of expert doctors of Jammu & Kashmir Police.

The jawans of J&K Police are engaged in providing ration, essential commodities and helping quarantined people, making them vulnerable to the infection.

“Keeping the safety of our jawans in mind, we have intensified the manufacturing of protective gears at all our district headquarters,” said an official, adding that teams of expert doctors, are supervising the exercise of manufacturing this protective material.

In Jammu, the protective gears are being made in Gandhi Nagar located Welfare Centre.

“We are not making N-95 level masks but still, these three layered masks can help our jawans safe from the infection,” said a doctor.

“The masks, bouffant caps, gowns are being made under specialized and expertise of our teams of doctors,” they said.

“A team of around 15 men, are working round the clock to make these protective gears and the material is being provided by the department,” Rimpy Kumari, Incharge, Police Welfare Centre, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu said.