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Nagaland reactivates War Room on Covid-19 to tackle the pandemic

By EMN Updated: Apr 22, 2021 6:12 pm

War Room will ensure sharing of all relevant information on real time basis

Dimapur, April 22 (EMN): As the second wave of pandemic wreaks havoc in the country with cases surging rapidly, the government of Nagaland has restarted the state-level War Room on Covid-19 with the chief secretary and chairperson of State Executive Committee, Nagaland State Disaster Management Authority, (NSDMA) as the chairman and members from key line departments.

An order issued by the chief secretary, J Alam, stated that the state-level War Room will ensure unity of command and control in the fight against Covid-19 in the state.

‘It will further ensure sharing of all the relevant information on a real-time basis so that prompt and effective action is taken by the concerned departments, officials, and agencies for preventing the spread of Covid-19, as well as for making interventions, whenever required, for strengthening the health infrastructure and the clinical management of Covid patients,’ read the order.

The Control Room will function in the Conference Hall of the NSDMA and logistical support will be made available by the office of NSDMA.

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