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The Office of Deputy Commissioner, Kiphire to be Shut for 48 Hours from 26 April

In an office order from the Government of Nagaland, the Office of Deputy Commissioner in Kiphire is to be sealed off for 48 hours from the 26th of April 2021.

The Office of Deputy Commissioner, Kiphire to be Shut for 48 Hours from 26 April

Sentinel Digital Desk

Nagaland- As per the office order issued by the Government of Nagaland, the Office of the Deputy Commissioner in Kiphire is to be shut for 48 hours with respect from the 26th of April 2021.

The public, therefore, is prohibited from entering the premises of the Deputy Commissioner's office till the 27th of April 2021.

The public of Kiphire is advised to wear masks and follow the SOP guidelines issued by the state government while entering the office of the Deputy Commissioner from 28th of April onwards.

As per the latest weekly tweet from MyGov Nagaland, out of the many clinical symptoms for COVID-19 reported in the state, fever, cough, and breathlessness are the most common symptoms reported among the symptomatic cases. The other symptoms include loss of smell, body ache, headache, sore throat, weakness, loss of taste, diarrhea, nasal congestion, and chest pain. Read more

On Sunday, Nagaland reported the highest single-day surge in the cases of the novel coronavirus with 180 fresh cases taking the total tally of cases in the state to 13,183, said the Minister of Health S Pangnyu Phom. Out of the new cases, 154 were detected from Dimapur while 24 from Kohima. The number of active caseloads in the state amounts to 679 and 98 cases of COVID-induced fatalities have been reported so far. Read more

The Minister of Health also added that with fifteen people- eight from Kohima and seven from Dimapur- making recovery from the deadly infectious disease, a total of 12,132 patients have recovered from the virus so far. The recovery rate among coronavirus patients in the state stands at 92.02 percent.

Meanwhile, India yet again witnessed a new highest single-day spike in the cases of the novel coronavirus as a deadly second wave sweeps the country with 3.52 Lakh New Cases and 2,812 Covid-induced fatalities, taking the total active caseload in the country to 28.07 lakh cases. So far, there have been 1.95 lakh covid-induced deaths from across the nation. The fresh surge in the cases of this deadly infectious disease takes the total tally of cases to 1.73 crores. Today marks the fifth consecutive day that India reported over 3 lakh cases on a daily basis. A staggering 10 lakh cases have been reported in the last 72 hours. Read more

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