The Nagaland government has launched the ‘Covid-19 Information’ application to allow the public to access vital information of treatment facilities available in the state.
Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio launched the application during a function held in Kohima recently.
The application offers information about availability of general and intensive care unit (ICU) beds for Covid-19 patients in all hospitals across Nagaland.
The public can also avail the important contact numbers of officials at all levels of Covid-19 management through the application.
Meanwhile, the Nagaland government is also providing food grains to the poor, who have been hit hard by the lockdown during the second wave of the pandemic.
The different district task forces have been entrusted with the responsibility of distributing free food grains among the poor in the state.
A total of 116 people have tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday in Nagaland.
The virus claimed four lives in the state.
A total of 209 people recovered from the infection on Friday.
Launched Nagaland CoVID Information App; developed by @ditc_nagaland. It provides info about hospital bed status & contact info at all levels of mgmt. of #COVID19 in the state. I'm sure easy access to info. through this user-friendly app will greatly help the citizens of Nagaland pic.twitter.com/aHN8fqwH8e
— Neiphiu Rio (@Neiphiu_Rio) June 10, 2021