2 India SSG commandos tested Covid positive



Two Special Security Group (SSG) commandos have tested positive for novel coronavirus in Kashmir Valley, officials told GNS.
They said samples of eight SSG commandos were taken on May 27 and their results returned on May 29. Two among them, one a resident of Srinagar and another from Bandipora district, returned positive for the disease on May 29,” they said.
Confirming it, Dr. S. D. Singh Jamwal (IPS), Director SSG, told GNS these people belong to areas declared as Red Zones.
“One is from the area near Soura Srinagar and other Bandipora. —KMS

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