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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

    Assam polls: Following COVID-19 protocols during this election is must!

    Elections for the four assembly constituencies under Kamrup (M) district will be held on April 6 at 1707 polling stations

    Guwahati: Maintaining COVID-19 protocols stands out to be one most important tasks for the administrations ahead of the legislative assembly election in the poll-bound Assam.

    As per the Election Commission of India directions, a review meeting was held on Wednesday in the Kamrup metropolitan district on the measures to be taken by the health department for COVID-19 at the polling stations.

    The meeting was presided over by Kamrup (M) District Deputy Commissioner Biswajit Pegu and was attended by representatives of the District Administration, Guwahati Municipal Corporation and Health Department.

    The Election officials were trained on the necessary precautions and immunizations required for COVID-19 at the polling stations. Emphasis on proper disposal of bio-medical waste management at polling stations was also taken into consideration.

    Elections for the four assembly constituencies under Kamrup (M) district will be held on April 6 at 1707 polling stations.

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