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Peren DTF discusses various issues

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/15/2020 1:14:08 PM IST

Peren District Task Force (DTF) for COVID-19 meeting was held on October 13 at DC’s chamber, New Peren, under the chairmanship of DC Peren, Sentiwapang Aier who is also chairman of the DTF Peren.

According to DIPR report, on reviewing of COVID-19 status in the district, the deputy CMO Peren, Dr. Lanuakum presented detailed account of the present scenario and activities being undertaken including contact tracing. Due to lack of further funding, utilization of Center Point Hotel for Medical staff quarantine  in Jalukie could not be continued for which, Dr. Hedungkiebe and EAC Jalukie, C. Wangan were entrusted to negotiate for alternative arrangements at the earliest
Board also directed all the Sub-Division Task Force (SDTF) to issue advisories to all concerned village authority/ward chairman in their respective jurisdiction for immediate reporting on arrival who have bypassed the screening process and ensure that existing SOPs are adhered.
DTF also nominated Kemciyile SDO (C) as the officer in-charge of COVID-19 in Peren district to look out for additional Covid Care Centre (CCC) at New Peren, district headquarter area as a part of preparedness to face any eventuality.
Concerning market congestion in Jalukie town, ADC Jalukie, Dr. Tinojongshi Chang was entrusted to work out necessary measurements for adherence of SOPs. 
Board notified that free COVID-19 test will be done on case to case basis and random free test shall not be provided to any institution in the district.
On the need to start alternative non-Covid essential services in Jalukie, the DTF has decided to resume OPD and other essential services at CHC Jalukie besides the Covid Hospital except indoor and delivery services while AINE Nursing Home will cater indoor patients and delivery points will continue at Samziuram & Mhainamtsi  sub-centers. The sub-committee for Non-Covid Hospital was directed to work out the modalities at the earliest.

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