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Containment zone marked in Kohima

DIMAPUR, JUN 26 (NPN) | Publish Date: 6/26/2020 1:18:26 PM IST

In view of the detection of COVID-19 positive case in Upper PWD colony, Kohima, Municipal Ward No-11, the deputy commissioner (DC) and chairman district task force (DTF), district disaster management authority (DDMA) Kohima, Gregory Thejawelie, has demarcated an area at Kohima town as containment zone with immediate effect in order to contain the spread of the disease.

In a notification, the DC stated that all movement of person/vehicle within the defined containment zone/area was strictly restricted/prohibited and under active surveillance.
The demarcated area: Traffic Point PWD junction from NH-6—NSF Martyrs Park—Chakhesang CRC Church—Footstep down to Faith Harvest Church—Footstep to Govt High School, PWD—Footstep leading to Circular Road behind NPWD Office—PWD office junction—Back to Traffic Point PWD Junction NH-61.

Traffic advisory: In view of the DC Kohima order designating Upper PWD Colony, Municipal Ward No-11 as containment zone, the Kohima police have issued traffic regulations.
According to Kohima police PRO, the entry and exit of vehicular traffic into/from the containment zone would be sealed from PWD police point (near Hanny’s corner shop) and Faith Harvest Church.
Commuters proceeding to Upper Chandmari/Lower Chandmari would take Mezhur Higher Secondary-Midland-Chandmari route or Mhonkhola – Upper AG – Lower AG – Lower Chandmari route.
There would be a one-way vehicular traffic from Directorate of Printing & Stationery, Upper Chandmari junction to NSF Martyrs’ Park via Office of the District Commandant, Home Guard and Civil Defence Office junction.
There will be no entry for vehicular traffic from NSF Martyrs’ Park junction towards Upper/Lower Chandmari and Bethel Hospital.
No heavy vehicles, with or without permit, including Government staff buses will be allowed to ply along Midland-Chandmari route, Upper Chandmari to NSF Martyrs’ Park route via Office of the District Commandant, Home Guard and Civil Defence Office junction from 8am to 6pm.
Kohima police have requested citizens to cooperate with the traffic advisory.
 

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