Guwahati: Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal emphasised on creating micro-containment zone along with extensive testing to combat the resurgence of Covid-19 pandemic. Interacting with district magistrates, top health officials and other stake holders associated with novel corona-management through a video conference recently Sonowal asked the concerned departments to take necessary preventive measures to evade a major health disaster. Sonowal commented that the second wave of corona-pandemic has pushed up the daily surge of positive cases in many parts of the country eventhough Assam remains out of its ambit till now. So he directed the concerned officials to enforce protective guards to help checking the spike of positive cases with enhancing screening initiative. Asking the district magistrates to support Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call to make Tika Utsav a success, he stated that inoculation drives in all districts should be intensified for all the eligible beneficiaries. Sonowal also asked them use their employees and machineries to speed up the testing, precisely in various locations like railway stations, airports, other places of concentration where people generally converge. Insisting on more public awareness over corona-screening and vaccination, Sonowal asked the magistrates to strengthen their existing infrastructures like corona care centres, isolation beds, oxygen cylinders to face any exigency. Extending Rongali (Bohag) Bihu greetings to the people, Sonowal appealed to everyone to adhere to corona-appropriate behaviour for the harvest festival to augur health and happiness to all. In presence of State chief secretary Jishnu Baruah, additional CS Paban Borthakur, top health official Samir Singha with other responsible government officers, Sonowal asserted that Assam performed well to deal with the first wave of Covid-19 and it should establish similar performances once again to make the State as a model arrangement in containing Covid-19 aggravated troubles.
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