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COVID-19 vaccinations held across the state

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/15/2021 1:16:18 PM IST

COVID-19 vaccinations were held in various districts across the state. 

Medziphema: Second dose of vaccination began at Community Health Center (CHC), Medziphema on February 15, where SMO Dr. Nosezol Sezo and 27 beneficiaries received the first vaccine shots on January 18 were administered for the second dose. According to DIPR report, the second dose was given to the beneficiary after a gap of 28 days. A total number of 15 frontline workers also received their first Covid vaccination dose on February 15.

Wokha: Vaccination of COVID-19 for armed forces of 40th Assam Rifles, Wokha battalion and Chukitong out-post was held on February 15 at 40th Assam Rifles, Wokha headquarters and Chukitong, PHC. 92 army personnel (Wokha & Chukitong) and four frontline workers were administered. District Immunization Officer, Wokha, Dr. Khelito Zhimomi also informed that the second dose of COVID vaccine for the health care workers started on February 15 at Dr. Motsuo Memorial District Hospital, Wokha.

Dimapur: Receiving the vaccine shot, District nodal officer (SW) for Covid vaccination and CDPO (U) Dimapur, Robert Odyuo called upon all the anganwadi workers and helpers under Dimapur district to avail the vaccine provided by the government free of cost and not to believe in rumors and hearsay circulated on social media. 

Awareness on COVID vaccine in Zbto
DIMAPUR: Awareness and sensitisation on COVID-19 vaccination was held in Sumi Baptist Church Nito Mount, and 8th NAP, Naltoqa, Zunheboto district on February 15.
A press release by district media officer stated that during the programme, CMO Zunheboto, Dr. K. Akaho Sema motivated all to come forward and get vaccinated and not miss the opportunity.
He gave detailed explanation on the Covishield vaccine and how the doses were administered. He also appealed to all the participants to get vaccinated in order to stay safe and to protect oneself, family and neighbours. 
Further, the CMO encouraged participants to get vaccinated and not to believe in the misconceptions about the vaccine on social media.
He also gave a detailed report on the number of healthcare workers in Nagaland who were vaccinated for the first dose so far as well as the number of healthcare workers vaccinated in Zunheboto. 
Earlier, the workshop was followed by interaction and discussion with the resource person and participants. 

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