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In Nagaland Civil Secretariat, Temporary COVID Vaccine to Start Soon

  by NEWSNER , 2021-04-12 12:26:41


In Nagaland Civil Secretariat, Temporary COVID Vaccine to Start Soon

To effectively control the spread of Covid19 and facilitate all those that are eligible for the Covid19 vaccine, a short-lived Covid Vaccine Centre (CVC) to be found out within the Nagaland Civil Secretariat at Kohima will function from Monday (April 12, 2021).

 

The Nagaland home department during a circular said the Covid Vaccine Centre (CVC) is going to be found out by the Nagaland health and family welfare department in coordination with the housing department.

 

The CVC will function at the VIP lounge within the Central Block of the Secretariat and can be open daily from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, the circular said.

 

All the officers and staff, who are above 45 years aged, working within the Nagaland Civil Secretariat at Kohima and not yet taken the Covid19 vaccine, are requested to avail of the chance to urge vaccinated at the CVC in Nagaland Civil Secretariat.

 

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The officers and staff will need to provide their contact numbers and produce any of the subsequent documents in original at the CVC for registering for the vaccination.

 

The documents include – Government card; Driving license; Passport; PAN Card; Voter Identity Card or AADHAAR Card.

 

The circular issued by the principal secretary to home, Abhijit Sinha, said: “All the officers and staff of the Nagaland Civil Secretariat are advised to continue following COVID-19 appropriate behaviour, even after vaccination, like, wearing of a mask, maintaining social distancing, regular washing of hands, etc.”

 

On Sunday, Nagaland registered 5 new Covid19 cases.

 

While 3 new cases were reported from Dimapur, 1 each case was reported from Kohima and Mokokchung districts.

 

Meanwhile, 2 positive Covid19 patients recovered on Sunday.


They were discharged in Dimapur and Kohima.

 

Nagaland thus far has registered a complete of 12,405 Covid19 positive cases while 11,992 people have recovered.

 

Nagaland currently has 157 active Covid19 cases.

 

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