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NSCN (Yung Aung) extends solidarity

Dimapur, June 16: The Yung Aung group of NSCN/GPRN has shared concern and solidarity with all patients and families of those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a release, the MIP NSCN/GPRN extended appreciation to all Nagas, especially Naga administrative officials, tribal hohos, NGOs, churches, students, village authorities, medical teams and social media for the strength and continued efforts to combat the pandemic.
It is indeed very stressful and confusing time for every one of us especially for the infected persons and families of the victims. In spite of the stress, we must continue working to keep everyone sage, calm and prepared to weather this crisis together,” it said while calling upon all frontline workers to be more transparent and more responsive in protecting those most vulnerable. It further requested all to cooperate and follow the advice of the health authorities which is very crucial in minimizing the risk of transmission.
“Let us not allow intolerance and fear undermine our fight against this deadly virus. The disease do not discriminate hence everyone us vulnerable,” it added. (Page News Service)

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