Nagaland : Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services Initiate Camps To Provide Animal Health Care Across The State

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During the pandemic-induced lockdown, animals were frequently perceived as being able to enhance mood, reduce stress, and help people to cope generally with the period, thereby offering an important source of emotional support.

However, concerns and worries relating to their mental health & well-being during this time were frequently reported in the state, that mounted immediate measures to be taken.

Recently, the Frontline Workers (FLWs), as an initiative by the Department of Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services has provided animal health care in different parts of the state, in regard to cope up with the situation faced by these pets.

The following has been confirmed by R. Khing, the MLA & Advisor of the Department of Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services, Nagaland through his Twitter Handle.

He wrote, “Despite the challenges during this pandemic, the FLWs provides animal health care in different parts of the state.”

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