West Siang Civil Societies Extend Self- Lockdown up to 3rd May.
Publish Date : 02/06/2020
Aalo 16 April: – The civil societies of West Siang too have extended the self Lockdowns in the countryside, various colonies and markets in line with the central and State Govt. directives to extend
it up to 3rd May next to contain pandemic Covid-19. The entry gates have been erected in most of the colonies and market barring entry of essential commodities and passage to members on entry in the register for entry and exit. The gates are manned by volunteers 24×7 on roaster basis. These restrictions are immensely helping the district administration and police to contain the movement of men and vehicles during the two phases of shutdown declared by the govt. The Nodal Officers Shri Dorjee Nima DDMO and Shri Sapbi Yomcha LO have disclosed that eleven
persons including six males and five females those who have entered the district from outside are being put under Facility Quarantine and some of them will be released after completion of required days without any symptom. The district has around 200 seats in the quarantine facilities for symptomatic and asymptomatic males and females at six designated locations. Altogether 509 migrant laborers have been provided with ration from NDRF fund and volunteers are on the move to reach out to targeted groups. The Divisional Forest Officer Shri Shri Abhinav Kumar has set an example to sanitize and put up hand wash facility in DFO office, Range offices and in all Forest IBs of the district.
APDA Distributed 10,400 Masks ”Under Mask for All Campaign”.
Aalo 18 April: – The Arunachal Pradesh Doctors’ Association, West Unit have distributed 10,400 masks to public within one week after launching ”Masks for All” campaign at General Hospital Aalo on 12th of April last. A team of doctors comprising APDA Secretary Dr. Olen Tatak, DFWO Dr. Tomar Kamki, Dr. T. Kaye Eye Specialist, Dr. Jumge Padu, Dr. Gedo Kamsi, Dr Nyade Padu Bagra with West Siang Bar Association President, Minrik Noshi with selected volunteers stood all day long at Nehru Chowk Tinali to distribute the masks to innocent people moving without it. The wearing of masks is mandatory for receiving all essential services. The Nodal Officers Shri Dorjee Nima DDMO and Shri Sapbi Yomcha LO have disclosed that fourteen persons including six males and 8 females those who have entered the district from outside are put under Facility Quarantine. One person is quarantined from 4th April and rest is from 15th April. The district has around 200 seats in the quarantine facilities for symptomatic and asymptomatic males and females at six designated locations. Altogether 1030 migrant laborers have been provided with ration from NDRF
fund and volunteers are on the move to reach out to targeted groups. Meanwhile, donation from various quarters is flowing in to help the doctors in fighting the disease.
Many of the rent owners at Aalo have also waived the rents due to shutdown and humanitarian ground.
Voluntary Contribution Continue to Flow in to Fight against Covid-19.
Aalo 20 April: – The donation in the form of cash and kinds continues to flow in to encourage the doctors, district administration, police and Volunteers who are working as a team to contain Covid-19. The 1991-94 batch of Govt. G.S. School Aalo led by its President Shri Gego Doji and Secy. Toba Ori handed over a sum of Rs. 50,000 in cash to West Siang Deputy Commissioner at her officer Chamber, Shri kenge Jini also handed over Rs.50,000 on behalf of Nyiko Bango and the notable donor is Master Kenli, Bam reading in class-III in Kidzee School Aalo who came forward to donate his Piggy Bank towards ”Mask for All” Campaign by APDA to fight against Covid-19. GYO also donated Rs.5000 for the volunteers who are manning the Hissam gate with police and doctors. Arunachal Pradesh Doctorsâ Association, West Unit is on distribution spree of masks and awareness on social distancing especially in banks where crowd management is quite important.. The Nodal officers for Quarantine Facility and Migrant labors, Shri Dorjee Nima DDMO and Shri Sapbi Yomcha disclosed that 1342 migrant laborers have been provided with ration from NDRF fund up to 18th of this month.