SHILLONG, April 1 - Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma today said that countries across the world are bracing up to tackle the post-lockdown situation and taking measures accordingly. India and Meghalaya as a State are also prepared to deal with the near future, he added.
Meanwhile, inter-State and inter-district movement has already been restricted as per Union Home Ministry guidelines. The Chief Minister was reacting to positive cases of COVID-19 surfacing in neighbouring Assam.
The Chief Minister maintained that every Government is now aware in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, and is prepared to designate a hospital to handle similar cases in the future.
He reiterated that Meghalaya and the world are facing an �unprecedented� situation and officials are working overtime and rectifying mistakes, as it is a learning curve for everyone.
Stating that officials and caregivers are working overtime, Sangma said that they are trying different ways to find solutions to tide over the present crisis.