Has Nagaland managed to use the COVID crisis to bring about positive changes in healthcare delivery systems and infrastructure? Give reasons.

Some of those who voted YES had this to say: 
•    Health care delivery system has changed because of Nagaland’s more humane approach.

Some of those who voted NO had this to say: 
•    We still lack basic amenities. Most of the foundations are on papers. I don't think so this crisis will have an impact on the healthcare system cause heights of corruption will never end.

•    The fact that our positivity rate is above 20%, on average (among the worst in the entire country),  even after almost 8 months after the first lockdown in March shows that Nagaland state government has done little to bring about required changes in healthcare infrastructure. Compare our situation with neighboring Assam, where positivity rate is is now below 1%.  It means that they have increased the testing capacity so much and have made testing so accessible to public that NOW, almost everyone infected has been detected and community spreading has been derailed. But in Nagaland, testing remains very limited, there are instances of people being told to come the next day for testing due to long queue and limited capacity. This is the sorry state of affairs in our state today. Community spread is happening, yet testings are not being done sufficiently to bring it under control. No wonder, our positivity rate remains the highest in the Northeast, if not the country.

Some of those who voted OTHERS had this to say: