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Nagaland Health Minister holds video conference with medical officers

The meeting discussed on the presence of officers and staff in their place of posting, COVID testing, vaccination-mobilisation and vaccine availability, availability and functioning of equipment in respective districts

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Kohima: Nagaland Health Minister S. Pangnyu Phom held a video conference meeting at NIC Secretariat on Saturday with the District CMOs and MS to review the management of COVID-19 pandemic and COVID-19 vaccination in all districts.

The meeting discussed on presence of officers and staff in their place of posting, COVID testing, vaccination-mobilisation and vaccine availability, availability and functioning of equipment in respective districts, deployment of oxygen concentrators, oxygen cylinders and ventilators, availability of ambulances, Coverage of rural areas, sharing information with DTF-transparently providing details of funds and other resources made available, Implementation and progress impact of activities under NHP (World Bank), Contribution/Donation received from various NGO’s, Companies, Churches and well-wishers, requirement of PPE/Mask/Vaccine/Medicine and any equipment, incentives to Nurses and other employees under NHM during isolation etc., grievances or quires from the district and status of manpower under D.H, CHC and PHC

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The meeting was attended by Principal Secretary, Amardeep Singh Bhatia, IAS; Secretary, Wezope Kenye, IAS; Principal Director, Dr. Neikhrielie Khimiao; Joint Secretary,Ajit K.Ranjan, IAS; Director (FW), Dr. Thorhusie Katiry; Director (Dental), Dr. Theyiephrezo Khimiao; Joint Director, Dr. Kika Longkumer; Joint Director, Dr. Neisakho Kire and Deputy Director, Dr. Nyan Kikon.

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