Markets reopen in Srinagar as Covid-19 restrictions relaxed

Shops and other select businesses opened in Jammu and Kashmir’ Srinagar on Saturday after remaining shut for more than twelve weeks amid COVID-19 threat. The authorities had announced a virtual lockdown in the Valley and Jammu areas on March 19 to stem the spread of the virus, which has, so, far claimed 54 lives and affected more than 4,300 people in the Union Territory. The district administration has now allowed opening of shops and other businesses in Srinagar on rotational basis from Saturday. Similar orders have been issued by the DCs of other districts of the Valley. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK 
Shops and other select businesses opened in Jammu and Kashmir’ Srinagar on Saturday after remaining shut for more than twelve weeks amid COVID-19 threat. The authorities had announced a virtual lockdown in the Valley and Jammu areas on March 20 to stem the spread of the virus, which has, so, far claimed 54 lives and affected more than 4,300 people in the Union Territory. The district administration has now allowed opening of shops and other businesses in Srinagar on rotational basis from Saturday. Similar orders have been issued by the DCs of other districts of the Valley. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK 
Shops and other select businesses opened in Jammu and Kashmir’ Srinagar on Saturday after remaining shut for more than twelve weeks amid COVID-19 threat. The authorities had announced a virtual lockdown in the Valley and Jammu areas on March 20 to stem the spread of the virus, which has, so, far claimed 54 lives and affected more than 4,300 people in the Union Territory. The district administration has now allowed opening of shops and other businesses in Srinagar on rotational basis from Saturday. Similar orders have been issued by the DCs of other districts of the Valley. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK  
Shops and other select businesses opened in Jammu and Kashmir’ Srinagar on Saturday after remaining shut for more than twelve weeks amid COVID-19 threat. The authorities had announced a virtual lockdown in the Valley and Jammu areas on March 20 to stem the spread of the virus, which has, so, far claimed 54 lives and affected more than 4,300 people in the Union Territory. The district administration has now allowed opening of shops and other businesses in Srinagar on rotational basis from Saturday. Similar orders have been issued by the DCs of other districts of the Valley. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK 
Shops and other select businesses opened in Jammu and Kashmir’ Srinagar on Saturday after remaining shut for more than twelve weeks amid COVID-19 threat. The authorities had announced a virtual lockdown in the Valley and Jammu areas on March 20 to stem the spread of the virus, which has, so, far claimed 54 lives and affected more than 4,300 people in the Union Territory. The district administration has now allowed opening of shops and other businesses in Srinagar on rotational basis from Saturday. Similar orders have been issued by the DCs of other districts of the Valley. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK 
Shops and other select businesses opened in Jammu and Kashmir’ Srinagar on Saturday after remaining shut for more than twelve weeks amid COVID-19 threat. The authorities had announced a virtual lockdown in the Valley and Jammu areas on March 20 to stem the spread of the virus, which has, so, far claimed 54 lives and affected more than 4,300 people in the Union Territory. The district administration has now allowed opening of shops and other businesses in Srinagar on rotational basis from Saturday. Similar orders have been issued by the DCs of other districts of the Valley. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK 
Shops and other select businesses opened in Jammu and Kashmir’ Srinagar on Saturday after remaining shut for more than twelve weeks amid COVID-19 threat. The authorities had announced a virtual lockdown in the Valley and Jammu areas on March 20 to stem the spread of the virus, which has, so, far claimed 54 lives and affected more than 4,300 people in the Union Territory. The district administration has now allowed opening of shops and other businesses in Srinagar on rotational basis from Saturday. Similar orders have been issued by the DCs of other districts of the Valley. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK 
Shops and other select businesses opened in Jammu and Kashmir’ Srinagar on Saturday after remaining shut for more than twelve weeks amid COVID-19 threat. The authorities had announced a virtual lockdown in the Valley and Jammu areas on March 20 to stem the spread of the virus, which has, so, far claimed 54 lives and affected more than 4,300 people in the Union Territory. The district administration has now allowed opening of shops and other businesses in Srinagar on rotational basis from Saturday. Similar orders have been issued by the DCs of other districts of the Valley. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK 
Shops and other select businesses opened in Jammu and Kashmir’ Srinagar on Saturday after remaining shut for more than twelve weeks amid COVID-19 threat. The authorities had announced a virtual lockdown in the Valley and Jammu areas on March 20 to stem the spread of the virus, which has, so, far claimed 54 lives and affected more than 4,300 people in the Union Territory. The district administration has now allowed opening of shops and other businesses in Srinagar on rotational basis from Saturday. Similar orders have been issued by the DCs of other districts of the Valley. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK 
Shops and other select businesses opened in Jammu and Kashmir’ Srinagar on Saturday after remaining shut for more than twelve weeks amid COVID-19 threat. The authorities had announced a virtual lockdown in the Valley and Jammu areas on March 20 to stem the spread of the virus, which has, so, far claimed 54 lives and affected more than 4,300 people in the Union Territory. The district administration has now allowed opening of shops and other businesses in Srinagar on rotational basis from Saturday. Similar orders have been issued by the DCs of other districts of the Valley. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK 
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