Countryside has better take on shutdown than restless Urban.
Publish Date : 02/06/2020
Aalo March 30:- The ongoing shutdown is taken better in the countryside than the restless Urban as magistrate, police and NGOs are bracing through tough times to enforce the shutdown in the township areas whereas rural people in the countryside are performing rituals and socially quarantined in their villages. Entry of people from outside are not allowed and even children coming from outside the state have been asked to stay back at Aalo where better health exists. The mass ritual is being performed at Kabu village today and villagers are putting themselves under strict restriction. Barricading in many places are have been done to stop entries and exit of people. The CBOs and and NGOs are being engaged as volunteers to control public movement in the towns. The Govt. The Medical team has constituted Reach Out Teams shiftwise. The Indian Army at Aalo has also taken all measures for separate quarantine and segregation at Aalo, Bogdo, Kaying and Mechuka for all troops. There has been absolute lockdown on entry and exit on leave up to 15th April. The other Para military forces too have followed the suit. The training of District
ToT through ZOOM platform will be taken up from31st March. As the deadline approach of 14 days approaches, the master sheet of quarantined people is being reviewed and Orientation cum Workshop on Covid-19 at General hospital is slated on 31st March. Movements into the district have been completely banned barring flow of essential commodities and medicines.