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Meghalaya Govt takes pre-emptive measures

By NEWMAI NEWS

SHILLONG, Jan 28 - Concerned by the outbreak of coronavirus in China, the Meghalaya Government has taken pre-emptive steps to mitigate any threat arising of the development.

The State Government issued a notification today, requesting any person who has travelled in the past one month to China and other countries where positive coronavirus cases have been reported, to identify themselves irrespective of whether having any symptoms or not. Such people have been requested to call the 24-hour Meghalaya GVK EMRI helpline number, 108.

�The call operator will give directions as to what is to be done next. This is to ensure that no symptomatic cases are missed out within the incubation period,� the notification issued by the Meghalaya Health Department stated.

Travellers who have come from the affected areas and the general public have been advised to adhere to standard health measures for prevention and control.

Those with travel history to the affected areas or exposed to a confirmed case of infection in the past one month with symptoms of fever and cough should immediately wear face masks, isolate themselves, call up 108 and inform the nearby health facility for further directions.

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Meghalaya Govt takes pre-emptive measures

SHILLONG, Jan 28 - Concerned by the outbreak of coronavirus in China, the Meghalaya Government has taken pre-emptive steps to mitigate any threat arising of the development.

The State Government issued a notification today, requesting any person who has travelled in the past one month to China and other countries where positive coronavirus cases have been reported, to identify themselves irrespective of whether having any symptoms or not. Such people have been requested to call the 24-hour Meghalaya GVK EMRI helpline number, 108.

�The call operator will give directions as to what is to be done next. This is to ensure that no symptomatic cases are missed out within the incubation period,� the notification issued by the Meghalaya Health Department stated.

Travellers who have come from the affected areas and the general public have been advised to adhere to standard health measures for prevention and control.

Those with travel history to the affected areas or exposed to a confirmed case of infection in the past one month with symptoms of fever and cough should immediately wear face masks, isolate themselves, call up 108 and inform the nearby health facility for further directions.

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