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BRIEFING ON COVID-19 ON 4th OF SEPTEMBER 2020 FOR NAGALAND BY PRINCIPAL SECRETARY, HOME

 

The Full Text is as Follows:

“A total of 41 COVID-19 positive cases have been detected today-23 in Dimapur, 17 in Kohima and 1 in Phek. The total number of positive cases in the State now stands at 4,107. Active surveillance and contact tracing is also in progress to prevent further spreading of the infection.

Out of the 4,107 positive cases detected so far, the recoveries till now are 3,351. The active cases are 736 and there have been 8 deaths. As per the severity of symptoms, 730 active cases are asymptomatic and 6 active cases are mild.

Further, out of the 4,107 positive cases, the distribution across various categories of people are: 1,740 cases are from Armed Forces, 1,289 cases from Returnees, 302 cases of Frontline Workers and 776 cases of Traced Contacts.

The results of 39,453 samples have been received through RT-PCR tests. On Truenat, the results of 23, 785 samples have been received. In addition through Rapid Antigen Test, 854 samples have been tested.

A total of 948 persons are presently under Facility Quarantine.

 

(DIPR)

 

TEACHER’S DAY MESSAGES

 

GOVERNOR, NAGALAND:

 

            The full text of the Governor of Nagaland, R.N. Ravi message on the occasion of Teachers Day is as follows:

            “On the special occasion of Teachers’ Day, I have the great pleasure in extending my greetings and felicitations to teachers throughout the State of Nagaland who are constantly engaged in strengthening the intellectual and ethical foundations of our youth, society and country.

Teachers have made outstanding contributions in building our society. They shape students’ personalities and make them ideal citizens of the country. They guide and inspire people – both young and old. Teachers are executing the responsibility of creating awareness as well as opening the mind of people by instilling good values, morals, and ethics.

            Apart from academics, teachers stand by us at every step to guide, motivate and inspire to become better people. Successful persons often remember, with joy and pride, the elementary school days and their teachers.

As a society, our goal must be to create good citizens who are capable of preserving the good of the past and creating a better future. The influences of teachers and their experiences remain with the students for a lifetime.  Our students, when they come out, must be an asset to society – employable, wealth creator with concern for the environment, ethical person and most of all a good human being.

Lessons in good citizenship inculcated at a young age go a long way in creating a better society. It may be as simple as traffic rules, cleanliness, gender sensitization, concern for the weak and respect for the elders.

Extraordinary pandemic situation has created an unprecedented scenario and challenges for teaching. Teachers who feel inhibited by technology will have to learn the online teaching and class management.  The world is adjusting to the new normal of distant teaching and learning.

Today, on behalf of the people of Nagaland, I express my heartfelt gratitude and good wishes to all the teachers for their lifetime of dedication and commitment to the great cause of educating our youth. God bless you all.

                                                                                                (DIPR)

 

CHIEF MINISTER, NAGALAND:

 

The full text of the Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio message on the occasion of Teachers Day is as follows:

“I extend warm greetings to the teaching community of Nagaland on the auspicious occasion of Teacher’s Day that commemorates the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former President of India and a distinguished philosopher, educationist and a teacher par excellence.

Teaching is one of the noblest professions, though a very challenging one at that. It does not merely involve the process of teaching a child from books but also of inculcating moral values and life skills. The impact a teacher has on a child is one that lasts a lifetime. In our country, ever since ancient times, the relationship between a teacher and his pupil has been one that is almost sacred- as a teacher has always been highly esteemed. Today, as the whole world struggles with the Covid-19 pandemic, the role played by teachers has also undergone a paradigm shift- and teachers have been compelled to use various communications technologies to reach out to students and impart education. As teachers face these new challenges, I exhort them to keep themselves updated with the latest technologies, information and teaching techniques, so as to better meet the high expectations of the students.

On this auspicious day, let us acknowledge the tireless efforts and sacrifices of all teachers. I wish them good health, joy, peace and successful careers.

Happy Teachers’ Day!

                                                                                    (DIPR)

 

ADVISOR, SCHOOL EDUCATION, K.TOKUGHA SUKHALU:

 

The full text is as follows:

“On the occasion of the Teachers Day Celebration 2020 I bring greetings to all the teachers of Nagaland and I take this opportunity to congratulate the State Teachers Awardees. Today for the first time after India started celebrating Teachers’ Day, the celebration is without the presence of teachers and students amidst this COVID pandemic. The celebration is also low key as we join the Nation in mourning the death of the former President of India, Pranab Mukherjee. This year the following Teachers are being awarded the State Award.

 

Sl No

Name of Teacher

School

Designation

District

1

VimelinoKirha

GHS Jakhama

Sr. GT

Kohima

2

NaonghongjemlaOngphang

GHSS Tseminyu

PGT (Phil)

Kohima

3

T. Neiphoa Konyak

GPS Tizit village, Monlem Sector

PT

Mon

4

KatithoKatiry

GMS Weziho

GT

Phek

5

William Patton

GHS Longsa

GT

Wokha

6

Lal Bahadur Ussuk

GHSS Thangjam

GT

Tuensang

7

Okram Sunder Singh

Public School Dzvuru

Headmaster

Kohima

8

Bikash Sonar

Little Star HSS

AT

Dimapur

9

Ronojyoti Roy

Queen Mary HSS

AT

Mokokchung

10

Tavinto K Sumi

Cornerstone school

AT

Zunheboto

11

Sunny K U

St, John School Kuisam

AT

Kiphire

12

Sanjib Pal

PhomLempong School

AT

Longleng

13

Bijumon Mathew

St. Paul School Noklak

AT

Noklak

 

To conclude, the COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in many challenges but we must seek out opportunities to learn new things and adapt to new circumstances. It has changed the way we live, think and work; these changes are most palpable in the field of education. Education has always been at the forefront of innovation and knowledge, this pandemic has served to highlight this even more. If the spread of Covid19 virus can be stalled by the simple task of 20 seconds of hand washing and wearing masks, then we can stop the spread of ignorance by the simple task of giving our time and effort to the task of spreading knowledge to society through our schools.

 

                                                                                                (DIPR)

 

ADVISOR WATER RESOURCES, NAMRI NCHANG VISITS AHTHIBUNG TOWN

 

Advisor to Water Resources GoN, Namri Nchang visited Ahthibung Sub-Division and held a consultative meeting with Village leaders of Ahthibung Sub-Division under Peren District on 4th September, 2020 at Kuki Inpi Nagaland Hall, Ahthibung. 

In the meeting, the Advisor agreed to donate Semi-automatic Blood Analyser to Ahthibung PHC.A memorandum was also submitted by Kebai Khelma area leaders to the Advisor for road construction from Ahthibung town to Beisumpui area. Kuki Students’ Organisation Nagaland also submitted a memorandum to re-install GDMO & LDA post at Primary Health Centre Ahthibung as well as immediate allotment of Grade IV Post(s) at Lilen & Pellhang Village Sub-centres respectively.

The meeting was chaired by ATC Vice-Chairman, Letgin Singson. Short speeches were delivered by Advisor, Namri Nchang, NDPP Peren Region President, Zekuidi and State Executive BJP Member, Huzantad.

(DPRO & Mamang, IA Peren)

 

WOKHA DISTRICT CONVERGENCE ACTION PLAN COMMITTEE ON POSHAN MAAH 2020 HELD AT WOKHA

 

A meeting on district level convergence plan committee on poshan maah 2020 was held on 4th September 2020 at the Deputy Commissioner Conference hall, Wokha under the Chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner, Wokha, Orenthung Lotha.

Deputy Commissioner, Wokha while briefing during the meeting said, more attention and efforts need to be given as this schemes focuses on bridging the gap which angwanwadi cannot cover in terms of nutrition and also suggested to give more emphasis at the rural areas to make the programme more effective. The DC also suggested for concentrate in areas where efforts need to be given which is prevalent in the district.

District Co-coordinator Posh an Abhiyaan Wokha, Shanjothung Ngullie highlighted the activitiesto be carried out though out the district during the month long programmed which includes events like youth leaders meeting, poshan seminar, local leaders/ panchayat leaders/NGOs/Menfolks mothers meeting-focus young mothers, cleanliness drive in Government institutions, offices and Anganwadi (AWCs)centers, programmed on adolescents girls and cooking competition cum closing ceremony of poshan Abhiyaan 2020. With department of Social Welfare, Health &Family Welfare Local Administration, NRLM, AWCs and Self Help Groups and others as service providers. He further informed that similar programmes with different action plans will also be carried out in the Block levels as well.

Members attending the meeting also suggested ways and means as to how to go about with the targeted plans so that programmed is successfully implemented.

 

(Zubenthung, IA Wokha)

 

WOKHA DPDB MEETING ON 8th SEPTEMBER 2020

 

Deputy Commissioner & V/Chairman DPDB Wokha, Orenthung Lotha informed that the monthly District Planning & Development Board meeting for the month of September will be held on 8thSeptember 2020 at DC conference hall, Wokha at 1:00PM.

Therefore all members have been requested to note the change of date and attend the meeting positively.

(Zubenthung, IA Wokha)

 

ADC & ADMINISTRATOR LONGLENG NOTIFIES

 

In pursuance of the order/ guidelines on unlock 4, ADC & Administrator Longleng D.Robin has issued an order that the following instructions have been issued in supersession of all previous order/circular/notification issued earlier with immediate effect.

1.      All restaurant/Hotels/other hospitality units /Baber shops/Salons/Beauty parlors and second hand clothes shops are allowed to open and function subjected to strict compliance of the guidelines.

2.      Necessary guidelines on prevention measures to contain the spread of covid-19,such as compulsory wearing of face mask, strict maintenance of social distancing and provisions for hand washing/sanitization and other safety protocols should be strictly adhered to.

3.      Person above the age of 65 years of Age, person with Co morbidities, pregnant women and children below the age of 10 are advised to stay home, except for essential and health purposes.

4.      Spitting and smoking in public places is strictly prohibited.

5.      Takeaways to be encouraged, instead of Dine-in, directly contact should be avoided with customers while handing the food packets.

6.      Sitting arrangement to be made in such a way that adequate social distancing is maintained, not more than 50% seating capacity to be permitted.

7.      Only asymptomatic staff and patrons shall be allowed.

8.      Used of good quality disposable paper napkins instead of cloth napkins.

9.      All entrance should have mandatory hand hygiene and thermal screening provisions.

10.  For Baber shops/Salons and beauty parlors, only selected services such as haircut, dyeing hair, threading, waxing etc are allowed, skin related services are not permitted. Clients are encourage to bring own gown and towels.

11.  All equipments and non-disposable tools and frequently touched objects/surfaces like chair/Table clothes/door knobs/handlers/taps/sinks and floor/common areas must be cleaned with sodium hypochlorite solution.

12.  In case of cash payment, customers should be encouraged to pay the exact amount to reduce physical contact.

13.  No staff/client shall be allowed if he/she is having Covid-19 like symptoms like fever, cough, difficulty in breathing etc.

Any violation of the above mentioned guidelines and protocols shall attract action as per legal provisions thereof.

(Manjong Phom, IA Longleng)

 

TSEMINYU COVID-19 TASK FORCE MEETING HELD

 

ADC Tseminyu, W.Manpai Phom who is also the Chairman Covid-19 Task Force Tseminyu Sub-Div., held a meeting with leaders of Rengma Students Union, Rengma Youth Organising/Rengma Selo Zi and Government officials at his office Chamber on 4th September2020. The meeting deliberated on the decisions taken during sub-division task force for covid-19 for organising mass awareness campaign on covid-19 in Tseminyu Sub-Division. 

The decision of conducting awareness campaign in the meeting was also focused on the improvement of waste management system in Tseminyu Town. The meeting resolved to tentatively launch the awareness campaign in the first week of October 2020.

 

(APRO Tseminyu)

 

DC WOKHA NOTIFIES ON ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGED PROPERTIES ALONG NH-61

 

Deputy Commissioner, Wokha Orenthung Lotha has notified that as per Chief Engineer, PWD (NH) Nagaland, regarding the widening of the existing single/intermediate lane road to 2 lane road from KM 72.40 to KM 83.00 on NH-61 under Wokha district, the assessment of the damaged properties made earlier have been declared null and void vide DC Office orderNO.DCW/LR-15/NH-2/2018/979-3 dated 22nd June 2020.

Hence, in this regard, the assessment of the damage compensation of the structures likely to be effected along the project stretch (KM 72.40 to KM 83.00) will be carried out by the
committee constituted on 2nd September 2020 as per the schedule given below.

Niropen Gate- PWD colony on 14th Sept 2020 8:00AM,

PWD colony- Police point 15th Sept 2020 8:00AM,

Police point- NST colony 16th Sept 2020 8:00AM,

NST colony- Hammock Resort 17th Sept 2020 8:00AM.

Therefore, all the concerned village council chairman, colony chairman and GBs along with the land owners have been requested to be present on the schedule date and are requested to co-ordinate and extend cooperation to the survey team.

(Zubenthung, IA Wokha)

 

SDO (C) PROHIBITS RANDOM STORAGE OF MATERIALS ALONG NH29

 

On instances of random storage/parking of materials such as stone boulders, sand bricks, construction materials, firewood, bamboo, excavated earth etc. on National Highway 29 from Purana Bazaar to Chumukedima town causing obstruction, litter and damage of public roads, drainage and waterways, SDO (C), Chumukedima, Thejavizo Nakhro, has informed that such activities are prohibited under Section 21&54 of the Nagaland Highway Act 1967 Section 3(1) of prevention of damage to Public Property Act 1984 Section 24 of the prevention of damage to Public Property Act 1984 and whoever acts in contravention to the above cited section (s), is liable to be prosecuted under Section 57, 58 & 59of the National Highway Act 1967 Section 8 B of the National Highway Act 1956 Section 3(2) of the prevention of damage to the Public Property Act, 1984 Section 39 of the control of Nagaland Highways (Land and Traffic) Act 2002 and Section 279 & 426 of the Indian Penal Code 1860.

Therefore, having regard to the general public safety and property, SDO(c) has ordered prohibition of random storage/parking of materials like stone boulders, sand, bricks, construction materials, firewood, bamboo, excavated earth etc for commercial or personal purposes, on the National Highway 29 between Purana Bazaar to Chumukedima town. Further heavy vehicles ferrying loose earth/construction materials without tail door (rear dallah) and thereby littering the road are also prohibited. 

He therefore, informed that defaulters will be liable to be proceeded against by concerned authority as per relevant sections of law.

(Watimenla IA Dimapur)

 

PROGRAMME ON TOBACCO CONTROL HELD AT DIMAPUR

 

A Panchayati Raj Initiative on “Tobacco Control in times of Covid-19 Pandemic” was held at Panchayat Hall, Signal Angami Village organized by District Tobacco control Cell, Dimapur on 4.9.2020.

Speaking as resource person, District Nodal Officer, NTCP Dimapur, Dr. Reyosalu Lase Vizo highlighted that globally Tobacco kills eight million people every year. And especially during this Covid-19 Pandemic, the dangers of Tobacco habits need to be taken seriously as it can complicate Covid-19 situation both in terms of transmission and co-morbidities. Tobacco use in general has a higher chance of transmission of Covid-19 virus by hand to mouth contact and also through spitting which can lead to community transmission. Therefore Spitting in public is banned and is a punishable offence now.

A powerpoint presentation on “Management of Covid-19 dead body” was also presented where it was informed to the gathering that there is unlikely to be increased risk of Covid-19infection from a dead body to health worker or family if proper precautions according to SOP are taken, as the main source of infection is through droplets and a dead body cannot sneeze or cough.

The programme was chaired by Kezevi Natso, Youth President, and attended by Village Leaders, women leaders and Student leaders of the village.

Posters, Pamphlets and masks were distributed to the participants.

 

                                                                                    (DIPR)

 

SALIENT FEATURES OF SOP FOR HOME ISOLATION OF COVID-19 CASES

 

1.      Only eligible for persons who do not have symptoms or having very mild symptoms after the medical officer certifies.

2.      Not eligible for patients who are HIV+, transplant recipients, on cancer therapy etc, while elderly patients and people with hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, chronic lungs/lever/kidney disease etc shall be allowed only after proper evaluation.

3.      Facility of single bedroom with proper ventilation is mandatory and preferably with attached or separate bathroom. Must keep appropriate disinfectants, mask and gloves.

4.      Patient must apply for approval to the District Surveillance Officer with copy to village council/town council/ municipal council, following which the medical team will examine and certify.

5.      Patient should download the nCOVID-19 Nagaland-visitors app, select ‘mark yourself in quarantine’ and mandatorily enter into the app twice daily.

6.      Medical team will also conduct telephonic monitoring of symptoms.

7.      Home isolation will be for 14 days followed by 14 days home quarantine if no symptoms.

8.      If symptoms develop, patient will be shifted to COVID hospital depending on the severity of symptoms.

9.      Violator(s) of the SOP will be penalized as per the relevant section of the Disaster Management Act 2005, and the Nagaland    Epidemic Disease (COVID-19) Regulations 2020

For step by step instructions for the home isolation of asymptomatic COVID-19 patient, visit https://nagahealth.nagaland.gov.in or call State Health Helpline 1800-345-0019

 

(DIPR)

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