Port Blair, April 27: Thinking out of the box, an Island girl is all into Gaming since past few months now. She feels that Gaming can be a bright career for her. Over the past few months, this girl has secured more than 1000 subscribers for her gaming Youtube Channel

Meet Neha Banerjee popularly known as ImmortalQueen who is venturing into this new career option. “Gaming is all about creating a community of video game players and audiences. I play video games with my friends, have fun with them and share the moments on YouTube through a live stream or a post edited video. People on YouTube come across my videos and watch them. They also subscribe my channel to watch my latest videos”, explains Neha the Immortal Queen.

Port Blair, April 27: It has been observed that a large number of Patients are approaching GB Pant Hospital even for minor ailment which create unnecessary crowd at OPD. In view of increase in number of COVID Positive cases such practice invites violation of COVID -19 Protocols.

In view of the above circumstances to protect the public a panel of Doctors will be available for tele-consultation on mobile between 09:00 am to 01:00 pm on all working days.

Port Blair, April 26: The Member of Parliament, A&N Islands Shri Kuldeep Rai Sharma has requested the Chief Secretary, A&N Administration to consider for extension of validity period of RT-PCR report for 72 hours in place of 48 hours for the inbound passengers coming from mainland since the inbound passengers are unable to get RT-PCR report at mainland having validity of 48 hrs for their journey to Port Blair.

Port Blair, April 27: A Control Room has been established in the Health Information Cell of the Directorate of Health Services with immediate effect. The Control Room shall function round the clock as below.

DHS Control Room: HIC Section, DHS Building.

Contact Number  : 03192 239 669

Timing: 24 x 7

People Urged to Restrict Their Movements

Port Blair, April 26: The Secretary, IP&T, Shri Sunil Kumar Singh while briefing the media persons in the conference hall of IP&T today informed that massive surge in COVID cases all over the country is a matter of great concern. However, the A&N Administration is effectively handling the COVID situation by keeping the COVID positive cases under control in the Islands, the Secretary said, adding despite putting best efforts, so far, the cases has not reduced as expected.