Cops use banners to create awareness on coronavirus

Cops use banners to create awareness on coronavirus

Bathinda IGP Arun Kumar Mittal releases coronavirus awareness posters at Mansa on Tuesday.

Bathinda, April 7

The police have prepared banners to create awareness about the coronavirus among the public. Arun Kumar Mittal, IGP, Bathinda Range, made officials aware of causes, symptoms and preventive steps needed to contain the spread of the coronavirus. These banners will be installed at police stations and public places in Bathinda, Mansa and Muktsar districts.

The police have got pamphlets published, which will be given to village police officers (VPOs). They will paste these in their villages. In the posters, many slogans have been written to highlight the issue. One of the slogans says ‘You stay inside your house, we are outside for you’.

As a precaution, residents have been told to wash their hands frequently, maintain at least 1m (3 feet) distance from others and anyone who is coughing or sneezing, avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth, practice respiratory hygiene. On feeling fever, cough and difficulty in breathing, a person must seek medical care. — TNS

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