Kohima, July 03 (NEx): Gregory Thejawelie NCS, Deputy Commissioner Kohima, notified that Bethel Kitchen shall be operational with effect from July 04, 2020, as compulsory COVID-19 infection test conducted on all the Persons involved in “Bethel Kitchen” Kohima turned out negative.
DIPR report said that, in view of some frontline workers being tested positive for COVID-19 infection in Kohima, a mass preventive testing for COVID-19 infection for all the Persons involved in “Bethel Kitchen” Kohima was carried out compulsorily, and all the results turned out to be COVID negative.
However, as per the guidelines on preventive measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 in workplace, issued by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Directorate General of Health Services (EMR Division), Govt. Of India, dated May 18, 2020, the Bethel Kitchen was temporarily closed/shut for 48 (Forty Eight) hours and fumigated, following all health Safety measures and SOPs of the Government.
The DC notified that Bethel Kitchen shall henceforth be operational with effect from July 04, 2020 in the same location as usual with utmost precaution and safety measures.
Further, all the persons involved in the Bethel Kitchen Kohima are advised to follow all safety precautions of wearing masks all the time, frequently washing hands and maintain social/physical distances to ensure public hygiene and personal safety, DC said.