Saturday, December 03, 2022
image
Nagaland

Nagaland Emergency Centre helps needy, Covid-19 patients in Delhi

1
By EMN Updated: May 14, 2021 11:08 pm
A A A

Dimapur, May 14 (EMN): The Nagaland Emergency Centre at Nagaland House in New Delhi has been helping the needy and Covid-19 patients from the state residing in the capital city and NCRT since its emergency centre help-desk was re-activated in view of the second wave of the pandemic

An update from the centre informed that it has taken up various initiatives to help the needy people of Nagaland during the lockdown period under guidance of the deputy resident commissioner of Nagaland House and staff, different tribal unit executives, NGOs, medical professionals and elders from the state residing in Delhi and NCRT.

Initiatives taken up by the centre are:

  • Provided five filled-up oxygen cylinders and one oxygen to critical Covid-19 patients with breathing problem.
  • Ambulance service provided to critical Covid-19 patient from the tied-up Ambulance Service Agency to the Vijay Williams Covid Care Centre under the aegis of “Mount Carmel School Society” in New Delhi.
  • Tele-consultation provided to Covid-19 patients on regular basis by medical professionals — Dr. Hentok Phom, Dr. Niwete Lomi, Dr. Kevi Dzeyie and others.
  • Oximeters and medicines available at Nagaland House provided to moderate Covid-19 patients.
  • Hospital admission provided to critical Covid-19 patient at B.L. Kapoor Hospital in New Delhi, the government of Nagaland empanelled hospital.

The Nagaland Emergency Centre stated that it was able to assist those in need because of the timely assistance and support from the chief minister of Nagaland. It also thanked Lanu Jamir, Vice Principal and Team, Mount Carmel School, New Delhi for the co-operation and timely help, as well as the Delhi Ao Arogo Trust for donating 10 regulators for oxygen cylinder.

While stating that it still has a long way to go in helping the needy people of the state residing in Delhi, the centre requested all the churches in Nagaland to continue to pray for them so that they can provide more assistance with the help of the State government.

1
By EMN Updated: May 14, 2021 11:08:28 pm