Dharamshala: As per the directives issued by Kashag as early as on 3 April, the Home Department had issued a directive to all settlement officers to assist the elderlies and destitute as well as those in distress. Heeding to the instructions, the Ravangla Tibetan settlement distributed food supplies and ration to 45 Tibetan destitute families and 2 Tibetan monasteries and 7 Indian local families.
As per the guidance of the Health Department, a thorough door to door thermal screening of residents was conducted in April as well as in May end. A report was submitted to the Health Department. On 25 March, healthcare staff from the state government carried out a thorough thermal screening of the newly returned Tibetan children.
Sanitization of the settlement area and quarantine centres were also carried out in April and May under the guidance and facilitation of the Health Department, CTA. Face masks were distributed to all the residents and hand sanitizers and mask were made available at schools, monasteries and camp leaders. Arrangement of PPE set was also made. Read the full report filed by Ravangla Tibetan Settlement Office here (Page 1 and 2)