S Pangnyu Phom

  • Nagaland COVID-19: 223 active cases, 164 recovered
    Dimapur, June 27 (MExN): 16 new COVID-19 cases were added to Nagaland’s tally of active cases while the two recoveries were reported, according to updates from the State’s health authority on Saturday. The new cases included 12 from Mon quarantine centres and 4 from Dimapur. The recoveries were reported from Dimapur. As of June 27 evening, the total number of active cases stood at 223, out of which 218 cases were asymptomatic while 5 others were mild symptomatic c
  • COVID-19: 2 more recover; Nagaland active cases at 209
    Morung Express News  Dimapur | June 26  Nagaland officially registered two more recoveries from COVID-19 bringing down the number of active cases from 211 to 209, according to an official update.  “2 more patients have been recovered from COVID-19.  Both patients are from Jalukie, Peren,” State’s Health and Family Welfare Minister S Pangnyu also informed on Twittter in an evening update.    The state reported 16 new cases
  • Nagaland: 7 more patients recover from COVID-19
    Morung Express News  Dimapur | June 24  After a gap of nearly three days, Nagaland on June 24 reported 7 more ‘recoveries’ from COVID-19 though the actives cases remains high due to huge spike in last three days.  “7 more patients have been recovered from COVID-19.  5 from Dimapur & 2 from Kohima,” updated the Minister for Health & Family Welfare Nagaland, S Pangnyu Phom on Twitter on June 24 evening.  Nagaland re
  • Nagaland receives 45 new ventilators from centre 
    Five districts – Kiphire, Longleng, Phek, Wohka and Zunheboto – currently have only one ventilator each   Morung Express News  Dimapur | June 24 The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) has allotted a total of 45 new ventilators to Nagaland, according to an update by a States’s minister.  “Thankful to the @MHFW for allotment of 45 new Ventilators to combat the COVID-19 Pandemic. The facility will be distributed acco
  • Nagaland H&FW Minister seeks cooperation from returnees
    Morung Express News  Dimapur | June 24  Minister for Health & Family Welfare Nagaland, S Pangnyu Phom today appealed returnees staying at various quarantine centres (QCs) to extend their cooperation to the ‘authority and follow the guidelines strictly issued by the government.’ While concurring with the returnees’ longing for home from these QCs, he said that such cooperation was needed to protect the community from COVID-19. Taking to Tw
  • COVID-19: 17 fresh cases take Nagaland’s total to 347
    Morung Express News  Dimapur | June 24 Nagaland reported another 17 fresh COVID-19 cases on Wednesday morning taking the state’s total infections to 347. “Out of 448 samples tested, 17 new cases of COVID-19 +ve have been reported. 15 patients from Kohima QC & 2 from Zunheboto QC,” informed Minister for Health & Family Welfare, S Pangnyu Phom on Twitter.  With number of recoveries unchanged for third consecutive days at 141, active cas
  • Second highest daily spike takes Nagaland’s COVID-19 total to 330 
    Morung Express News  Dimapur | June 23  Nagaland saw its second highest single-day spike of new COVID-19 confirmed cases with 50 samples testing positive on Tuesday morning taking the state’s total tally to 330.  This came a day after the state reported the highest daily spike of 69 cases on June 22.  “Out of 312 samples tested, 50 new cases of COVID-19 +ve have been reported. 24 patients from Dimapur QC, 14 from Kohima QC & 12 from P
  • Dimapur’s BSL-2 lab gets ICMR’s nod, to open within days
    Dimapur, June 22 (MExN): The biosafety level-2 (BSL-2) laboratory at the Christian Institute of Health Sciences & Research (CIHSR) has got Indian Council of Medical Research’s (ICMR) approval and is to likely to be inaugurated within a few days time. State’s Department of Information and Public Relations (DIPR) informed that Health and Family Welfare Minister S Pangnyu Phom visited the lab on Monday for a final inspection of the ongoing installation works.  
  • COVID-19: 6 more negative test in Nagaland; active cases down to 84
    Morung Express News Dimapur | June 18  6 more patients tested negative for COVID-19 in their second test on June 18 bringing down the number of actives cases in Nagaland to 84. “6 more patients have tested negative of COVID-19 in their second test. 2 from Jalukie & 4 from Dimapur,” updated  State’s Health and Family Welfare Minister, S Pangnyu Phom on Twitter Thursday evening.  On June 18, no fresh cases were reported from the state
  • Nagaland: No fresh COVID 19 cases reported on June 18; total at 193
    90 active cases; more than 53% ‘recovered’  Morung Express News Dimapur | June 18 No fresh COVID-19 cases or recoveries were reported in Nagaland on Thursday and the total infections as of 3 PM, on June 18 stood at 193.   Out of this, there were 90 active cases while the rest -103 were reported as ‘recovered’ denoting a recovery rate of 53.36%. “Out of 317 samples tested, no positive cases for COVID-19 have been reported. Pos
  • COVID-19: 9 more positive cases in Nagaland; total tally at 177
    Morung Express News  Dimapur | June 15   Nagaland reported 9 more COVID-19 positive cases Monday morning taking the total number of infections in the state to 177. “9 new cases of COVID-19 +ve have been reported out of 418 samples tested. 5 from Dimapur QC & 4 from Peren QC,” Nagaland Health and Family Welfare Mnister S Pangnyu Phom posted on Twitter in the morning.     As per the tweet, the status was as of 8: 30 am on June 15.&nbs
  • Nagaland COVID-19: 12 more recoveries reported; over 50% ‘cured’ 
    Morung Express News Dimapur | June 14 Twelve more COVID-19 positive patients tested negative in their second test on June 14 taking the total number of recoveries in the state to 88.    “12 more patients have tested negative of COVID-19 in their second test. All patients are from Dimapur and shifted to COVID-19 care centre for further observation & monitoring,” Nagaland Health and Family Welfare Minister S Pangnyu Phom tweeted Sunday after