29 C
Guwahati
Saturday, August 8, 2020
  • Home
  • Videos
  • TIMECAST
More

    COVID-19 Pandemic: Pema Khandu Visits Arunachal-Assam Border, Reviews Situation

    Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu visited the state control room for COVID- 19 in Naharlagun

    Chief Minister Pema Khandu on April 18th, 2020 visited the Banderdewa check gate at the Assam- Arunachal Pradesh border near Itanagar to review novel coronavirus (COVID-19) measures taken by the officials.

    Khandu directed the officials to ensure that all point of entry is fully equipped to detect any COVID19 suspected case.

    “Reviewed the facilities and met with frontline health workers and police personnel,” Khandu tweeted.

    Later, the Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister also visited the state control room for COVID- 19 in Naharlagun, set up to answer public queries, monitor activities and coordinate among various agencies involved in containment measures.

    The chief minister also appreciated the women personnel of the 5th IRBn who are also stitching masks for locals.

    It may be mentioned, Arunachal Pradesh at present has no active COVID-19 cases. The lone patient from Lohit district has been discharged from hospital on April 17th, 2020.

    Khandu on April 16th, 2020 announced immediate monetary relief of Rs 3,500 to all the Arunachali’s stranded outside the state amid the COVID-19 induced lockdown.

    Photo credit: @PemaKhanduBJP

    Published:

    Follow TIME8.IN on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK and on YOUTUBE to stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time

    First published

    TRENDING

    Rhino baby rescued in Kaziranga National Park

    At least 170 animals were rescued including three rhinos, 120 hog deer and 30 pythons

    PM Modi only makes “Jhumlas”: Tarun Gogoi

    This year, Assam has witnessed a devastating flood with over 100 people died and over 56 lakh people being affected since May 22

    Not More Than 6.5 Lakh People will Die of Covid-19: Medical Nutritionist

    Dr Choudhury argued, "Earlier, when the viruses like H1N1, Dengue and Chikungunya erupted in India, the administration never imposed social distance, containment zones and lockdown.

    How did Sonowal violate COVID 19 protocol? Asks Debabrata Saikia

    Large numbers of people were seen attending the program and the CM himself was allegedly seen not maintaining 'social distancing’