Jammu: Director General of Police Dilbag Singh on Tuesday urged officers to increase efforts in tracing people hiding their travel history to combat Covid-19 pandemic. He stated this while chairing a high-level meeting of senior officers, zonal, range and district officers and reviews preparedness and measures onground situation in view of Covid-19 pandemic at Police Headquarters here, the statement said. DGP complimented the officers for the good work by all the Police personnel of J&K Police. He said that the situation which emerged suddenly have been handled very diligently by the personnel under the guidance of senior officers/leadership on ground. He said the Covid-19 is presently in a sensitive stage. He said that we need to be more careful and ready to handle the evolving situation. The DGP said that a number of Corona positive cases are increasing day by day throughout the world and in the Union Territory also, and as such, the involvement of police personnel on sensitive duties is also increasing he added. “Lot many things have been done so far by the personnel, but there is much more to do to stop the spread,” he said. He said all required logistic and administrative support is being provided to every Police personnel. The DGP appreciated the work done at police welfare centres of all the districts, for making gowns, masks and sanitizing tunnels. He said that every police personnel should be provided with the articles/gear which are necessary to keep personnel safe, particularly those deployed at sensitive places and on sensitive tasks.