COVID-19 reports from across the state

Correspondents KOHIMA/MOKOKCHUNG/WOKHA, MAR 27 (NPN) | Publish Date: 3/27/2020 12:49:39 PM IST

As the nation and the world struggles to contain further spread of COVID-19, Nagaland government and its agencies are seen taking all preventing measures to keep the virus away from the state. Following are reports from districts across the state.

KMC issues home delivery permit 

With a view to cater to the need of the people during 21-day lockdown, Kohima Municipal council (KMC) has issued permits to four firms for home delivery within KMC jurisdiction.

The permits were issued based on the firm’s self-declaration to comply proper hygiene and sanitization protocols such as zero contact with customer and use of mask, sanitizer, gloves while carrying out the home delivery services with the rate not exceeding more than Rs. 50. 

The four firms are: YV Deliveries (7086471846); OE express (8729879861/App-freshpack); Drift Basket ( 8795412096) and Seithogei (Green caravan – 7005127505).

KMC has asked citizens to send feedback /complaints of service to 

Administrator KMC, Kovi Meyase, informed Nagaland Post that any individual or group interested to provide such services to contact the council.

He also requested all the wards panchayat to submit the numbers of daily wage earners categories (both local and non local) within their jurisdiction latest by March 31, for submission to seek financial assistance announced by the government of India. KMC also appealed the ward panchayat to submit the numbers sensibly. 

He also informed that Green Team Kohima (GTK) has raised money to supply daily ration to daily wage labourers. He said the team would identify daily wage earners in different wards across the city and provide the ration. The administrator also informed that the council has so far received Rs. 1.5 lakh donation towards the sanitation activities. 

2 shops closed for violating regulations in Mkg

The core team on essential commodities COVID-19 Mokokchung district on Friday issued an order to lock down/closure of two shops for violating the government order and indulging in sale of bulk items of essential commodities. 

The shops were asked to close down for five days starting March 28. 

DMC begins disinfecting process

Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) has informed that it has sprayed disinfectants at various places of Dimapur including Hospitals, Deputy Commissioner (DC) office, police stations and checks points among other places. 

It has informed that the equipments and disinfectants were provided by Dimapur Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI).


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