#Restore4G: J&K survived without 4G internet for months, with coronavirus

As the outbreak of Covid-19 has virtually unified the world to fight spread the deadly infection,Jammu Kashmir lags far behind. The ongoing suspension of 4G internet since August 5 last year has come as a major obstacle for doctors and people to access crucial guidelines and medical researches on the virus.

Srinagar today report first Covid-19 patient death. Since then, the government took drastic measures comprising lockdown of entire Jammu and Kashmir to stop spread of the virus. This prompted almost seven million people in the Valley to stay indoors as strict restrictions remain imposed on roads.

 

JK Media appealed to the administration to allow 4G mobile internet services to help people to cope up with the unprecedented situation.

Presently, 2G mobile internet services are available in the region after it was restored on January 25.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday took a major decision to tackle the COVID-19. India will observe a complete lockdown from midnight of March 24 to fight coronavirus COVID-19 for a total of 21 days.

 

Kashmir today report first death Covid-19 patient. Since then, the government took drastic measures comprising lockdown of entire Jammu and Kashmir to stop spread of the virus. This prompted almost ten million people in the Jammu Kashmir to stay indoors as strict restrictions remain imposed on roads.