DC alerts community transmission in Cachar

Keerthi Jalli requested people to celebrate Eid at indoors for self protection and also for the protection of the society

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DC alerts community transmission in cachar
DC alerts community transmission in cachar

Cachar DC imposes high alert and warns the people to follow social distancing strictly. People are being tested positive without any travel histories is just means the implication of community transmission.

Detection of the two latest cases of COVID-19 positive in Barak Valley with no travel history worries the Deputy Commissioner Keerthi Jalli. One is Archana Nandi, a 65 years old from Tarapur Silchar and another is 45 years old Khalilur Rehman from Anglar Bazar of  Karimganj tested positive with no travel history.

The Deputy Commissioner says that it has rung the alarm bells for the people of the district. Thus people of the district must stay alert and maintain self restraint in their activities.

Keerthi Jalli requested people to celebrate Eid at indoors for self protection and also for the protection of the society. People should strictly follow the rules for safety as stated by the Government and restrict their movements out of homes unless there is unavoidable emergency requirement. She emphasized on the need for frequent hand washing and social distancing at all levels. Not only that, she also shares her concern about the cold foods being distributed in various quarantine centres.

However, the Jalli also expressed her disappointment over the behavior by some students and youngsters kept at a quarantine centre at Don Bosco school. Those students had allegedly created chaos with demands for one room one toilet.

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