N Biren Singh urged the district administrations and the doctors to strengthen measures to save lives and put in best efforts to flatten the Covid curve.
Earlier, the Centre had supplied 90 ventilators to Manipur under PM Cares Funds.
The Manipur CM also stressed on the need to cross-check COVID negative reports for those entering the state from different entry points.
N Biren said that the sanitizer vehicle with its six sprayer channel would be used to spray disinfectants to sensitive areas as a measure to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Chief Minister N Biren Singh urged all eligible for vaccination to get vaccinated during the campaign in order to prevent a second wave of the pandemic.
E-autos and rickshaws were distributed to 65 beneficiaries, including nine women at Kangla on Wednesday.
Speaking during the campaign, Biren said, “I do not come here today just only as a party worker but also for all the Manipuri students in Assam.
The BJP national spokesperson is in Ukhrul for a mandal-level Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) meeting.
Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh launched the inoculation drive in the state at JNIMS in Imphal on Saturday.
A joint release stated that the Mandals have strong confidence that the action of the chief minister will pay good dividends for the party in the coming days.