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Assam Rifles conduct various activities

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/26/2020 12:28:13 PM IST

Various battalions of Assam Rifles have been conducting civic action programmes across Nagaland for the welfare of the public. Apart from the routine medical camps, the Assam Rifles also gave awareness on COVID-19 and to combat the virus through personal hygiene.  

Kiphire Battalion medical camps: Kiphire Battalion organised free medical camps at Khongsa town, Khongsa village, Thanamir and Salumi villages of Kiphire district on July 25.  According to PRO HQ IGAR (N), 172 people received medical consultation and treatment for basic ailment. Free medicines were distributed and the importance of adhering to all precautions against COVID-19 and maintenance of personal hygiene was also imparted.
Mon Battalion medical camp Longjang village: Mon Battalion organised a free medical camp at Longjang village, Mon on July 25 wherein medical team of Assam Rifles provided free medical consultancy and medicines to the residents. Residents were also encouraged to continue the fight against COVID-19 menace with resolve and due caution. 47 male, 63 female and 83 children availed the facility.
Shamator Battalion medical camp at Langnyok: Shamator Battalion organized a free medical camp at Langnyok village, Tuensang on July 26. A medical team of Assam Rifles provided medical consultation to 54 male, 61 female and 23 children and basic treatment to the ailing. Free medicines were also distributed on the occasion. Apart from the camp, interaction on women healthcare and awareness about how to build immunity against COVID-19 was also imparted. 
Tuensang Battalion lecture on COVID-19: Tuensang Battalion conducted a lecture-cum-awareness on COVID-19 at Tobu COB on July 25 with an aim to create awareness about the menace of COVID-19 and measures to prevent community transmission. Besides an in-depth coverage about COVID-19 and the precautionary measures, the importance of timely vaccination, personal hygiene and sanitation was also covered.  A total of 18 male and 02 female from Tobu attended the lecture. 

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