‘Protect Dimapur COVID-19’ campaign

Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JUL. 16 (NPN) | Publish Date: 7/16/2020 9:35:50 AM IST
Awareness campaign on COVID-19, under the theme “Protect Dimapur COVID-19”, kick started at Dimapur on July 16, Clock Tower.
Addressing the gathering, deputy commissioner, Dimapur, Anoop Khinchi, stated that Coronavirus was here to stay for a while, and that “we” have to start adjusting adjust with the virus by working out own mechanism. 
He maintained that though Dimapur had been receiving more than 90% of the returnees from all over the country, because of cooperation of every individual, Dimapur had been able to fight the pandemic in every possible way. 
He further stressed on three golden rules, wearing face mask, maintaining social distancing and washing of hands regularly, and urged everyone to follow the three golden rules for the safety of everyone.  He stated that one has to protect each and everyone. 
Administrator, DMC, Albert Ezung, addressing the gathering, maintained that the pandemic had brought many challenges to the society. Further acknowledging the able leadership of the district administration, Ezung stated that Dimapur, apart from other districts, had more problems to bear, however, he stated that under the leadership of DC Dimapur and his team, Dimapur has been successful as of now. 
He further acknowledged the team for making an effort to bring changes and was optimistic that through the campaign, denizens of Dimapur would be further benefited. He stated that there will be more success if everyone worked together as a team. 
Convenor of the campaign, pastor, Lotha Baptist Church Dimpur, Yanbemo Ovung, while addressing the volunteers, informed that the campaign would be carried out on alternate days till July 31, and that anyone can join in as volunteer in this noble task.
He maintained that the campaign was not a mask distribution campaign but a campaign to provide awareness to the people on the importance of maintaining the three golden rules. He also informed that it people were seen not wearing mask, they would be provided by the volunteers, as the campaign was initiated on the motive to spread awareness through volunteers. 
He further informed that the volunteers would be divided to eight groups, and placed at eight strategic places, while a group may have to cover multiple areas. 

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