Nagaland has started the first phase of unlock from the 1st of July 2021 after more than one and a half months of full lockdown. Some restrictions have been eased in the existing restriction guidelines across the State.
The High Power Committee (HPC) on Covid-19 has decided to unlock in a phased manner. Nagaland till July 1, records 495 deaths.
Addressing a press conference at the State Civil Secretariat, senior minister and HPC spokesperson Neiba Kronu said that Nagaland is ready to undergo a 10-day observatory unlock which beginning from July 1. The decision to this effect was taken during a virtual meeting of the HPC headed by Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio.
During these 10 days of unlocking, most activities have been relaxed. All the essential shops and businesses will remain open from 6 AM to 2 PM. Curfew will be in force from 7 pm to 4 am.During these 10 days of unlocking, most activities have been relaxed. All the essential shops and businesses will remain open from 6 AM to 2 PM. Curfew will be in force from 7 pm to 4 am.
Government offices will start with 50 per cent attendance and only 50 people will be permitted to be present in churches, wedding ceremonies and funeral services
Nagaland entered into a total lockdown from May 14, considering the high surge in COVID-19 infections, and it had been extended four times, with relaxations. Nagaland's COVID-19 positivity rate on May 14 was 24.66 per cent, while the overall positivity rate was 10.23 per cent.