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CIHSR & CCTF community training

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/25/2020 9:35:02 AM IST

Christian Institute of Health Sciences and Research (CIHSR) in collaboration with Chümoukedima Circle Task Force on COVID-19 conducted “Community COVID training” at Chümoukedima town council hall on June 25.
According to DIPR report, EAC, Chümoukedima, Thejavizo Nakro in his keynote address said that though the state was still in stage 2, the training programme for community leaders was initiated to impart facts and precautionary measures of COVID-19 pandemic keeping in mind the potential of community spread. He urged the gathering to strictly follow all the safety protocol issued by the government to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Head of Anesthesiology department, CIHSR, Dr. Adahru Moses explained in detail how COVID spreads. Reminding the gathering not to panic, he said that among the positive cases 81% were known to be asymptomatic and 14% moderate and only 5% were known to be severe cases.  People above 65 years of age, diabetic, heart problems and immune compromised were known to be vulnerable groups.
He said that in mild cases hospitalisation was not required as only moderate to severe and vulnerable groups needed hospitalisation and may take 3-6 weeks to recover. He also briefed the gathering the precautionary measures while taking care of a COVID positive person.
Infection control department, CIHSR, Theyiesinuo, M.Sc, nurse spoke on information, education and communication while clinical psychologist, CIHSR, Imlibenla who also chaired the programme spoke on psychological care.
Village council chairmen, head GBs, women and youth leaders from different villages and wards under Chümoukedima attended the training programme.
Hand washing facilities and hand sanitisers were provided outside the hall for all the trainees and also were seated maintaining social distancing as precautionary measure.

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