April 02, 2020 11:03 PM

Mohsli (Face2News)

Going a step further in the direction of delivery of essentials at peoples’ doorstep, the District Administration has registered/uploaded the data of local grocery stores on the State Government’s COVA app, informed Girish Dayalan Deputy Commissioner SAS Nagar. He said that COVA app was launched a couple of days ago for people in Punjab to get their curfew passes for emergencies, to report mass gatherings, to know home quarantine patients and foreign returned travellers and a lot more on COVID-19.

Adding another feature to the COVA app, now a home delivery module related to essential items for public has been launched in the COVA app by Punjab Governance Reforms Department, he informed adding that the District Administration has partnered with local vendors for the purpose and people shall now be able to place an order for delivery on the COVA app itself. The move is aimed at improving citizen service delivery and ease citizen experience during the lockdown. SAS Nagar people can soon request for delivery of groceries and essentials through this App,said he. People may download COVA app and use the home delivery module for supply of essential items to the homes.Pertinently, the App was launched by Punjab Government along with its innovative Digital Punjab Team and is available on Android PlayStore and iOS AppStore. 

OVER 8 LAKH LITRES OF MILK, 73707 KG CURD, 9906 KG PANEER, 62186 LTR LASSI SUPPLIED IN MOHALI CITY FROM 23RD MARCH TILL 2ND APRIL,: 530 TONNES OF VEGETABLES SOLD: For maintaining consistent supply of milk to people, the District Administration has coordinated with Verka and from 23rd March till 2nd April, a total of 822208 litres of milk has been supplied to the people living in the Mohali City. 

Disclosing this, the DC Girish Dayalan said that along with milk, 73707 Kg curd, 9906 kg Paneer, and 62186 Litres of lassi has also been supplied to the people. Similarly, from 26th March to 1st April, a total of 530 tonnes of vegetables have been sold in the district. In Mohali and Kharar 274 tonnes, Lalru 95 tonnes, Derabassi 30 tonnes, Zirakpur 70 tonnes, Kurali 37 tonnes, Banur 30 tonnes of vegetables have been sold. All the issues regarding milk supply have been resolved.


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