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District Task Forces meet held

Nagaland News

Dimapur, May 19: Noklak District Task Force on COVID-19 held a meeting under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner, Noklak Reny Wilfred, IAS in the DC’s conference hall on May 19.
The DC informed that Truenat machine has been installed at COVID-19 Hospital and testing has begun and registration of ID is under process.

With regard to the essential commodities, he informed that as of now there is enough stock of essential commodities for a month. He encouraged the members to motivate and create awareness among the people to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
SP Noklak, Pritpal Kaur, IPS requested the frontline workers to take proper precautions while taking care of COVID-19 patients. The SP urged shopkeepers not to hoard essential commodities and also for random sampling test to continue in the district.
SDO (Civil) Noklak said so far there is no COVID-19 positive case in the District and requested all to continue in maintaining the same. He requested all the shopkeepers to get COVID-19 vaccination as they are more venerable to be infected.
Executive secretary, KBCA Hempao Lam informed the house that the churches are ready to extend help in all possible ways in fighting the pandemic.
Medical Officer, Noklak, Dr.Chongya explained in details the advantage of taking the vaccine and clarified all the doubts.
Tuensang: Tuensang District Task Force for COVID-19 held a meeting in the DC’s conference hall on May 19 under the chairmanship of DC & Chairman DTF Tuensang, Kumar Ramnikant, IAS
The meeting reviewed the ongoing lock down updates in the District from the enforcing agencies and decided to stick with the ongoing guidelines.
The Medical Department updated the oxygen status in the District along with beds ready for COVID 19 hospital.
The house discussed on the functioning of BSL-II Lab and the DTF decided to keep the BSL-II lab functioning despite constraints. The DTF also agreed to financially assist in other consumable and other emergencies to keep the lab running until fund flows from the government.
The house decided to establish COVID-19 Care Center at Government Polytechnic Sedam for COVID-19 asymptomatic patients who do not have facility for home isolation.
The random sample collection team of Tuensang is on full swing mode in all the blocks and the house decided to take up at the village level at the next phase while focusing on villages on the highways.
Tening SDTF: Tening Sub-Divisional Task Force on Covid-19 meeting was held under the chairmanship of ADC & chairman, Sub-Divisional Task Force,Tening, Rosietho Nguori on May 19. The meeting was attended by church leaders, GBs and chairmen of both Tening Town &Teningvillage .
The house discussed and resolved that churches / temples of all denomination / faith under Tening Sub-Division shall remain suspended throughout the lockdown period.
In the event of non-extension of lockdown by the Government, the house resolved to extend lockdown for Tening Sub-Division till May 31. In order to effectively manage Covid-19 pandemic situation in their respective village / wards , the Village Task Force (VTF) and Ward Task Force (WTF) shall be activated and formed (if not formed), it was decided.

The meeting also decided that the time for opening of shops selling essential commodities shall be strictly enforced from 6 am to 12 noon. It decided that Tening police shall set up temporary check gate at Zero point to regulate unauthorized movement of people / traffic.
The house also decided to issue travel permit by ADC office, Tening, only for travels related to essential commodities/ services. It also informed that all persons/ villagers travelling to Tening Town for essential commodities/ services should obtain written permit from the respective village council authority.
(Page News Service)