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Govt offices to function with skeletal staff in Nagaland from Monday

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DIMAPUR, April 11 - Government offices in all districts of Nagaland, including the Civil Secretariat and the directorates in Kohima and Dimapur, will resume functioning with skeletal staff from Monday.

In an office memorandum today, State Chief Secretary Temjen Toy directed the administrative heads of departments, heads of departments and heads of offices to work out detailed arrangements of the staff, who will attend office on a roster system.

Those not attending office on a particular day, will have to be available on telephone and the electronic means of communication at all times, he said.

The Government also called for adequate arrangements to ensure adherence to social and physical distancing norms and necessary health safety measures in offices.

In his statement on the COVID-19 situation in the State on Saturday, Principal Secretary (Home) Abhijit Sinha said 70 samples were sent for tests and all of them have turned negative.

Sinha also said that Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio held a meeting with all district task forces led by the deputy commissioners through video conferencing on Saturday. Rio held the meeting after attending the video conference of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with all chief ministers.

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Govt offices to function with skeletal staff in Nagaland from Monday

DIMAPUR, April 11 - Government offices in all districts of Nagaland, including the Civil Secretariat and the directorates in Kohima and Dimapur, will resume functioning with skeletal staff from Monday.

In an office memorandum today, State Chief Secretary Temjen Toy directed the administrative heads of departments, heads of departments and heads of offices to work out detailed arrangements of the staff, who will attend office on a roster system.

Those not attending office on a particular day, will have to be available on telephone and the electronic means of communication at all times, he said.

The Government also called for adequate arrangements to ensure adherence to social and physical distancing norms and necessary health safety measures in offices.

In his statement on the COVID-19 situation in the State on Saturday, Principal Secretary (Home) Abhijit Sinha said 70 samples were sent for tests and all of them have turned negative.

Sinha also said that Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio held a meeting with all district task forces led by the deputy commissioners through video conferencing on Saturday. Rio held the meeting after attending the video conference of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with all chief ministers.

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