COVID-19: J-K govt to hire retired doctors in fight against virus

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Srinagar: In it’s fight against the novel coronavirus, the Jammu and Kashmir has announced to hire retired doctors against vacancies on contract for one year.

The announcement was made by government spokesman Rohit Kansal through a tweet.

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“#COVID19  #JammuAndKashmir
Retired doctors to be hired against vacancies on contract for one year for #FightagainstCorona in underserved areas. Decision in emergency meeting of Advisory Council @diprjk @HealthMedicalE1,” he wrote.

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