Gov calls for united fight against Covid-19

ITANAGAR, Mar 26: Governor BD Mishra on Thursday appealed to the people of the state to fight collectively against Covid-19.
The governor, who is monitoring the implementation of the statewide lockdown and the precautions being taken, has held discussions with the deputy commissioners of all the districts, as well as with the head of the state police, regarding the arrangements in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
He also reviewed with the DCs “the position and management of essential commodities for the people” in each district.
Commending the district administrations and the police, Mishra advised them to “strictly follow the notification with humane approach,” and directed them to “ensure action for medical emergencies.”
He reiterated his appeal to the people to abide by the directives issued by the chief secretary for their own welfare and the welfare of others.
“Let us cooperate in the fight against Covid-19 and stay at home,” Mishra said.
He advised the state government to ensure the safety and security of frontline workers such as doctors, nurses, paramedics, police personnel, and those engaged in delivering essential services.
He also emphasized on “necessary quarantine of the people returning from Covid-19 affected places.” (Raj Bhavan)