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TrueNat lab inaugurated in Pughoboto

TrueNat lab inaugurated in Pughoboto
Y. Vikheho Swu, MLA, along with other officials at the inaugural of TrueNat machine at CHC Pughoboto on September 15. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/15/2020 12:58:31 PM IST

TrueNat lab at CHC Pughoboto was inaugurated by Y. Vikheho Swu, MLA, and dedicated by home evangelist SABAK Atovi Asumi on September 15.

According to DIPR report, Vikheho Swu, as the guest of honour remarked that opening of the lockdown was dangerous and one should be responsible while adapting to the new normal life by continuing with washing hands with soap and wearing face mask. MLA also expressed gratitude to Dr. J. Hokugha, SMO Pughoboto for his services rendered to the Aphuyemi since posted in the sub-division Community Health Centre. He thanked the Sumi Aphuyemi Hoho led by Inavi Swu and his team, for taking the initiative for the free will contributions to install the machine in the CHC Pughoboto. 
Swu also assured that he has kept provision for relief package under LADP fund for the sub-division health centres to sustain the availability of first aid and medicine during the pandemic.
DPO (RCH & UIP) Nukshisangla who came from CMO Zunheboto office said that community participation was important for any programme to be successful and further called upon all to maintain the machine.
SAH president Inavi Swu said that installation of the machine was to provide services to the neighbouring areas according to the norms and procedures. He said that the SAH is trying to donate semi blood analyser and requested the SMO to work out the details. He also disclosed that Hoho will again provide 90 cartridges (3 set) for TrueNat and emergency medicine to the health centers under Pughoboto sub-division. 
ADC Pughoboto Thungchanbemo Tungoe also sought cooperation to fight the pandemic efficiently. SMO, PHC Pughoboto Dr J. Hokugha Sema who chaired the programme.  EAC Luchui Fithu pronounced vote of thanks. Benediction was delivered by ES NCRC Rev. Vitoka Kinimi.

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