Kohima, September 02 (NEx): Deputy Commissioner & Chairman District Task Force COVID – 19, Tuensang, Kumar Ramnikant, IAS issued an advisory for self isolation in view of a front line worker on duty at the inauguration programme of BSL-2 laboratory at District hospital, Tuensang, on August 28, 2020 being detected positive for COVID-19.
In this regard, the DC issued Advisory on August 31, 2020 advising all persons who have attended the programme to self isolate and make a self declaration in the following phone numbers : 7066948715 / 9862329204 / 7308140011.
DC Tuensang lifts the closure of all business establishments:
DC Tuensang also issued an order on August 31, 2020 and lifted the closure of all business establishments within the main Bazaar and surrounding areas with immediate effect.
Earlier, in view of the prevailing COVID – 19 situation, all establishments within the main Bazaar, Tuensang Town and surrounding areas were closed for a period of 7 (seven) days from August 24, 2020 to contain the spread of COVID-19 infection and the area was kept under strict and active medical surveillance.
On completion of 7(seven) days period and on completion of all contact tracing, the DC ordered all normal activities to resume as per various SoPs and medical advisories issued by the government from time to time in relation to COVID – 19 pandemic.
In a separate order, DC also sealed the following business establishments till further order with immediate effect:
1. Kamla Store and
2. OM Prakash Store.
Any violation of the above shall invite legal actions as per relevant provisions of the Law, said the order.
DC Tuensang lifts the sealing of offices:
On completion of 48 (forty-eight) hours period and on completion of all contact tracing, the Deputy Commissioner & Chairman District Task Force COVID – 19, Tuensang, Kumar Ramnikant IAS issued an order on September 01, 2020 to lift the sealing of the Office of Deputy Commissioner, Office of the Superintendent of Police and the Circuit House, Tuensang with immediate effect.
All normal functioning are allowed to resume as per various SoPs and medical advisories issued by the Government from time to time in relation to COVID – 19 pandemic, said the order.