A post-Covid review meeting was held in Meghalaya and chaired by the state Chief Minister Conrad Sangma
A post-Covid review meeting was held in Meghalaya which was chaired by the state Chief Minister Conrad Sangma on Friday.
Some of the key decisions that were taken during the meeting were put in the public domain by the chief minister himself through his official Twitter handle.
The key decisions of the Meghalaya government post the Covid review meeting, as disclosed by the CM Conard Sangma, are as follows:
- It has been decided that 15% of public transport (local taxis) will be allowed to operate in Shillong from 28th of June 2021.
- Declaration of ‘Vaccinated’ or ‘Non-Vaccinated’ status of drivers will need to be displayed on the vehicles.
- Tea shops in rural areas will be allowed to open. However, dine-in will not be allowed to avoid crowding.
- Provision Kits with essential items will also be provided to Covid positive patients staying in Corona Care Centers.
Pertinently, Meghalaya’s COVID-19 tally rose to 46,878 on Thursday as 420 more people tested positive for the infection, while 10 fresh fatalities pushed the northeastern state’s Coronavirus death toll to 807.
As many as 298 more people were cured of the disease, taking the total number of recoveries to 41,647.
Meghalaya has tested over 6.68 lakh samples for COVID-19 so far, he said. A total of 6.29 lakh people have been inoculated to date.