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Watch: Social distancing norms flouted at Poonch's J-K Bank

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Watch: Social distancing norms flouted at Poonch's J-K Bank

Watch: Social distancing norms flouted at Poonch's J-K Bank

Amid surging cases of COVID-19 in the country, people in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch have violated the social distancing norms while queuing at J-K Bank on September 14.

People completely ignored the precautionary measures for COVID-19.

Jammu and Kashmir has recorded 17,481 active cases and 878 deaths due to COVID-19 till date.


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