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COVID-19 pandemic: Information & advisories

COVID-19 pandemic: Information & advisories
Assam Rifles fogging Shamator town on May 17
DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 5/18/2021 1:35:25 PM IST

 District administrations and CMOs have been issuing COVID-19 advisories to the public in order to stop further community spread.

Wokha: District administration, Wokha has activated the helpline in the district to respond to all types of issues/information etc., on COVID-19. 

For any query, the citizens have been asked to contact: war room Wokha (24x7) at 9863663885; DMM district hospital, Wokha; in-charge of cemetery/crematorium Rev. Abemo Jungio at 9862290732, Benthungo Yanthan at 9863303086, Pastor Ntheo Mozhui CRC at 9862826094, Tenyimi church pastor at 8415950255, Hindu Shashi at 9862120825, Nepali SK Daju at 6009185339, Muslim Kamran at 8787765311, AG Church Shanbemo Ngullie at 7085897968 and Catholic Church, Rabemo at 9862990044

Meanwhile, one may also contact psychological support unit Arhoni at 8837271699, Robin Ezung at 9862130514, Mhonbeni at 8787444200 and Jessica at 9612947782.

In another notification, DC Wokha & DTF chairman for COVID-19, Orenthung Lotha has appealed all to follow the new SOPs. The DC informed that reports were being received from district surveillance team that some persons under home quarantine/home isolation as advised by the medical team were not complying with the protocols and SOPs despite strict directives.

According to DIPR report, it was observed that many shops were overcrowded, people were still not following SOPs with diligence and were moving from one colony to another despite restrictions on non-essential movement.

DC also said that private vehicles were plying without passes. In this regard, he said that the negligence was a cause of concern.

He therefore reiterated that any such violation of or non-compliance to any other clauses/provisions of SOPs/advisories currently in force including home quarantine/isolation, contact tracing, testing (refusal to disclose contacts, refusal to undergo testing, breaking home quarantine or isolation norm, discrimination or stigmatization of those affected by COVID-19 etc) would invite punishment/penalties under relevant sections of Nagaland Disaster Management Act, 2005 and Nagaland Epidemic Diseases (COVID-19) Regulations 2020. 

Dimapur: In order to help the covid positive patients, Rotaract club of Dimapur has set up helpline numbers for every department.

In a press release, its president Nikhil Jain has informed that the Covid care team of Rotaract Club of Dimapur would assist with; Sandeep Agarwal 7005501490 and Jatin Jain 9089458559 for oxygen; Ashok Kochar 7005616106, Sarthak Jain 09774115974 and Nehal Jain 9862723333 for hospital beds; Kushal Jain 8259013569 for food and Nikhil Jain 9774868629, Akash Jain 7005657308 and Pratik Jain 8974504214 for plasma/blood.

Assam Rifles: In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Assam Rifles at Shamator carried out a sanitisation drive by spraying disinfectants and fogging of Shamator town, ADC office, market places, public places, SBI office, police station on May 17.

Longleng: CMO, Longleng has informed all 11 ward chairmen in Longleng that due to the increase of COVID-19 positive cases, there was an increase of contact tracing since sample collection teams were unable to reach every house. 

CMO has therefore requested the chairmen to identify a spot/place for sample collection from their respective wards. 

They have also been requested to intimidate the identified spot/place on or before May 19. One may contact at 8974708121 for more information.

 

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