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Tuensang, Noklak review Unlock-4 guidelines

Nagaland News

Dimapur, August 3: Tuensang District Task Force for COVID-19 held a meeting in the DC’s conference hall on August 3 under the chairmanship of DC & chairman DTF Tuensang, Kumar Ramnikant.


The DC applauded the achievement of HoDs contribution towards intensive vaccination drive in the district. He also asked tribal leaders to intervene in villages which are yet to get vaccinated and make them understand about an individual’s role to remain safe from the pandemic.
The members also reviewed the Unlock-4 in the district. The increasing positivity rate of the district this week was also a concern discussed in the meeting. Addendum for reopening of schools was also reviewed and decided that the respective education officers of the town and sub divisions are to spot verify the schools as per the SOP check list and to certify for reopening of schools and the same endorsed to DTF.
Closure of the Government Polytechnic, Sedem CCC on account of reopening of the institution was also discussed and earmarked August 11 for closure. In the meantime new CCC will be established at district hospital Tuensang.
The house also discussed on enhancing of vaccination and the COVID testing in the district.
Noklak: Noklak District Task Force for COVID-19 under the chairmanship of DC, Hiazu Meru held a meeting on August 3 in the DC’s conference hall, Noklak.
Chairing the meeting, the DC explained in detail the latest SOPs and guidelines of unlock-4 phase of COVID-19. He emphasized on wearing of mask, appropriate behaviour, vaccination and awareness of COVID-19 pandemic.
During the meeting, DTF reviewed and discussed on the preparedness on COVID-19 in the district and resolve to continue intensify awareness campaign on COVID-19 in the district.
(Page News Service)

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