Kohima: In a bid to further ease restrictions in the ongoing coronavirus-induced lockdown in the state, the Nagaland government has now announced the second phase of ‘Unlock’ for seven days from July 11-17.
The first phase of ‘Unlock’ was initiated for 10 days from July 1-10.
High Powered Committee (HPC) for COVID-19 spokesperson Mmhonlumo Kikon said that in ‘Unlock 2, select train services will be allowed to run in compliance with the standard operating procedure (SOP).
Taking to Twitter, Kikon said that the respective district task forces (DTFs) will issue revised SOPs. He added that the HPC also reviewed the preparation for the next wave of COVID-19 in the state.
“The HPC has decided to begin unlock 2 from 11th to 17th July with further relaxations. DTFs will issue the revised SOPs & will be made available on all platforms. HPC reviewed the preparation for the next wave. SELECT Train service will be allowed with Strict SOPs,” tweeted Kikon.
The HPC had earlier informed that more activities will be re-opened in a phased manner while continuing with the existing lockdown measures.
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