Public transport suspended for three days in AJK amid coronavirus fears
As a precautionary measure to control the coronavirus, Azad Jammu and Kashmir have suspended their public and inter-provincial transports for three days.
According to a notification released by the home department, all the citizens who arrive in AJK from abroad will be screened at the airport and then sent to their homes in isolation.
In the last three days since a health emergency was declared across the city, more than 3,000 people have arrived at Mirpur. The decision was made during a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider of AJK.
It was also determined that inmates in their sentences would receive a two-month break.
One confirmed case of coronavirus was reported by AJK.