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Sanitisation chambers installed at Dhubri

By Correspondent

DHUBRI, April 12 - The Dhubri district administration in association with the officials of Dhubri Municipal Board (DMB), recently installed three sanitisation chambers, made out of waste materials and installed them at three different public places.

The district, which already has two Covid-19 positive cases, and thousands of quarantined people, is trying hard to detect and prevent such cases. To the fight against the pandemic, an Assistant Engineer of the DMB office, Siddhartha Bose has come up with a battery-fitted automatic sanitisation chamber, which will sanitise the entire body of the visitors in public places. The chamber has a pulley-fitted pedal sanitiser apparatus, for hands free dispensing of sanitisers from the bottles. These 5 feet long, 4 feet wide and 7 feet high chambers, have already been installed at the entrance of the DMB office, the DC�s Office and at the Dhubri Civil Hospital.

Bose, along with other officials of the district administration, is installing similar chambers at the Dhubri SPs office. Bose informed that they have been also contacted by private vendors to install such chambers at the gates of their offices, stores etc.

�First the visitors have to press the pulley-fitted pedal sanitiser apparatus, with their feet and sanitise their hands. Thereafter, the visitor will have to enter the battery-fitted automatic sanitisation chamber, where a disinfectant sanitisation solution is sprayed on them,� said Bose. He also added that although they are now making it with the waste materials available with them, even if someone wants to make it, it will be a very low cost equipment.

Praising the efforts, the Deputy Commissioner of Dhubri Anant Lal Gyani, said, �This chamber will really be beneficial in checking the spread of COVID-19 pandemic in the entire district, specially in the public offices, where hundreds of people from all over come.�

Project Helping Hand: Under the project �Helping Hand�, the Dhubri Police has been providing home delivery of medicines and also extending help in case of any medical emergency to elderly people and pregnant women during the lockdown. Police has asked the people to send their contact numbers via WhatsApp to the mobile number 8638100724 to avail the service.

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Sanitisation chambers installed at Dhubri

DHUBRI, April 12 - The Dhubri district administration in association with the officials of Dhubri Municipal Board (DMB), recently installed three sanitisation chambers, made out of waste materials and installed them at three different public places.

The district, which already has two Covid-19 positive cases, and thousands of quarantined people, is trying hard to detect and prevent such cases. To the fight against the pandemic, an Assistant Engineer of the DMB office, Siddhartha Bose has come up with a battery-fitted automatic sanitisation chamber, which will sanitise the entire body of the visitors in public places. The chamber has a pulley-fitted pedal sanitiser apparatus, for hands free dispensing of sanitisers from the bottles. These 5 feet long, 4 feet wide and 7 feet high chambers, have already been installed at the entrance of the DMB office, the DC�s Office and at the Dhubri Civil Hospital.

Bose, along with other officials of the district administration, is installing similar chambers at the Dhubri SPs office. Bose informed that they have been also contacted by private vendors to install such chambers at the gates of their offices, stores etc.

�First the visitors have to press the pulley-fitted pedal sanitiser apparatus, with their feet and sanitise their hands. Thereafter, the visitor will have to enter the battery-fitted automatic sanitisation chamber, where a disinfectant sanitisation solution is sprayed on them,� said Bose. He also added that although they are now making it with the waste materials available with them, even if someone wants to make it, it will be a very low cost equipment.

Praising the efforts, the Deputy Commissioner of Dhubri Anant Lal Gyani, said, �This chamber will really be beneficial in checking the spread of COVID-19 pandemic in the entire district, specially in the public offices, where hundreds of people from all over come.�

Project Helping Hand: Under the project �Helping Hand�, the Dhubri Police has been providing home delivery of medicines and also extending help in case of any medical emergency to elderly people and pregnant women during the lockdown. Police has asked the people to send their contact numbers via WhatsApp to the mobile number 8638100724 to avail the service.

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