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DTFs dwell on implementation of Unlock-4

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/9/2020 1:18:13 PM IST

Kohima District Task Force (DTF) on COVID-19 dwelled on Unlock-4 guidelines issued by the Ministry of India and state government for effective implementation in the district during its meeting held in DC’s conference hall, Kohima on September 9.

According to DIPR report, deputy commissioner and chairman Kohima DTF, Gregory Thejawelie chaired the meeting, attended by legislator in-charge of Kohima district, minister of Mechanical and Housing, Tongpang Ozukum, Sr. SP Kohima, K. Sophie and other DTF members. 

Meeting discussed on streamlining the paid hotels for quarantine centres functioning under DC’s office Kohima as all categories of hotels/lodges are now permitted and allowed to operate as per the latest SOP. System of paid quarantine centres will continue with some notified hotels for the safety of everyone. On the issue of transportation facility for returnees, the meeting decided to put up suggestions to be taken care by the Nagaland State Transport department to the high power committee. Meeting also deliberated on the issues of buses and local taxis, where ADC Kohima, Lithrongla Tongpi Rutsa informed the house that in regard to this a meeting was held recently with the concerned party and dissolved the rate of passenger fare with certain instructions. It also took up the issues of shortage of manpower at Khuzama Check Gate, where it was decided to explore the possibility of manpower from other department.

In regard to re-opening of Max Bazar and NST Blue Market, T. Khel Market at Sokriezie Kohima, Indoor Table Tennis Stadium, Officer Hill Kohima and Indoor Badminton Stadium, Officers Hill Kohima, the DTF decided to hold a meeting with concerned associations for re-opening. Senior tourist officer, Kohima T. Kakihe also shared his experiences as liasoning officer assigned at Agri. Expo site, Dimapur taking care of the returnees coming from outside the state for the past few months. 

Kiphire DTF meeting deliberates on SOPs:  Kiphire District Task Force, held meeting at DPDB hall, Kiphire on September 9, with ADC Nyempo Wallim as the chairperson.

According to DIPR report, in pursuance of order issued by the Government of Nagaland the DTF Kiphire discussed the following measures: Public are mandatory to wear masks, maintaining social distancing and use of hand sanitizers; After September 21, all the churches will be allowed to open following the SOP given by the government; Persons above 65 years of age, pregnant women and children below 10 years are advised only to stay at home; Any person entering Kiphire will be allowed home Quarantine if she/ he has a single room attached with washroom and incase the person doesn’t have suitable room for home quarantining, they may go for institutional quarantine; Restaurants, saloon and barber shops are also allowed to open and function subject to strict adherence to the SOP. 


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