ILP renewals to restart in Arunachal in September 1 | Guwahati News


GUWAHATI/ITANAGAR: The Arunachal Pradesh government has decided to permit the resumption of renewal of existing internal line permits (ILPs) and problem temporary ILPs in September 1 onwards.
Within an arrangement, Kaling Tayeng, commissioner (governmental ) said that in the pursuit of public support, the state government had decided to permit the resumption of the current ILP and issue temporary ones September 1 onwards.
The deputy commissioners are educated to follow standard operating procedures and the instructions which are being issued from time to time from the state authorities.
The arrangement, however, said that the ban on tourist ILP clamped on March 19 this season following the Covid-19 pandemic gripped the country, will last.
100 more test positive in condition
A total of 100 new instances of Covid-19 were reported Wednesday, carrying the nation’s tally to 3,412, a senior health department official stated in Itanagar.
One of the new instances are 22 security employees and a health employee, ” he explained. Twenty-three of those cases were reported by the Capital Sophisticated area, 16 in East Siang, 13 from Changlang, 10 from Pakke-Kessang, nine from West Kameng and seven in Upper Subansiri, he added.
Four cases each were reported in West Siang, Lower Siang and Tawang, three from Namsai, 2 each from Longding, Papumpare and Tirap, and also one from Shi-Yomi district, country surveillance officer L Jampa stated.
Just eight of the patients had been symptomatic, ” he explained.
Seventeen Armymen — 15 at East Siang and 2 at West Siang — combined with three paramilitary employees in Lower Siang and one in Tirap, tested positive for Covid-19, Jampa stated.
A policeman at Shi-Yomi district along with also a health worker in Tawang were found to be Covid-positive, ” he explained.
Eighty-one individuals recovered from the disorder on Tuesday. You will find 899 active instances from the country, while two,508 individuals have recovered up to now. Five patients have died as a result of virus, Jampa stated.
The recovery rate in the country stands 73. 27%,” he said. The country has up to now analyzed 1. 49 lakh samples for Covid-19, for example, 3,261 on Tuesday.


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