Coronavirus | Two villages in Manipur go into self-imposed lockdown
The Manipur authorities issued an order putting restrictions on visits to the south and north blocks of the Manipur secretariat until additional orders
Two villages of Manipur — Yairipok Lai Manai and Top Chingtha in Thoubal district — on Tuesday have selected a self-imposed lockdown for ten days until May 7.
Y. Tomba, pradhan of the Lai Manai village, mentioned that the lockdown interval could also be prolonged if wanted. He mentioned that the step was taken to battle the second wave of COVID-19.
Meanwhile, the Manipur authorities issued an order putting restrictions on visits to the south and north blocks of the Manipur secretariat until additional orders. However, officers could go to the Secretariat after observing the protection protocols.
Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren inspected main hospitals to evaluate the preparedness to battle the surge in circumstances. People who’ve examined optimistic can isolate themselves at house if there’s a facility for a separate room and loo. Those with out the power will probably be remoted in care centres.
Mr. Biren mentioned that there was no scarcity of oxygen in Manipur. A non-public hospital, two medial schools and the State authorities will quickly begin manufacturing medical oxygen.