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Allow morning walkers’ entry in JU: JAC

Jammu , Nov 12 ( KINS) Gaurav Gupta, Founder Jammu Athletes Club (JAC) along with and Vikram Gupta, Co-Founder met the Vice Chancellor, University of Jammu, Manoj Dhar and requested him to allow people who have been administered both the doses of Covid-19 vaccine, to enter into the University Campus for morning walk.

It is pertinent to mention here that Jammu Athletes Club, is the only Club of Jammu, which has organized two editions of Jammu Half Marathon in 2018 and 2019.

Gaurav, while deliberating with the Vice Chancellor, said that the University of Jammu has green lush campus and beautiful environment  that generates fresh pollution free air in the morning that is the best elixir for ensuring good health of the people especially those who visit this temple of education early morning for morning walk and other physical exercises including Yoga.

While appreciating the decision of the Jammu University to restrict entry of morning walkers in the campus during the pandemic in the better interest of the people at large, Vikram said that the situation has totally changed today with the target of 100 percent first dose of vaccination having been already achieved and a substantial number of people also having received the second jab.

Gaurav asserted that now it would be quite safe for one and all if people having received both the jabs of vaccine are allowed entry into the University for Morning Walk especially in view of the fact that the JU campus is the only appropriate place in this area for availing the benefit fresh air in the early morning.

Assuring that the morning walkers will strictly follow the Covid-19 SOPs, Gaurav and Vikram made a fervent appeal to the Vice Chancellor to take appropriate decision for allowing morning walkers having received both the Covid-19 vaccine doses entry into the University campus for walk in the morning.

The Vice Chancellor gave a patient hearing to the delegation and assured for early redressal of the demand putforth by the morning walkers within a week’s time.( KINS)

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