Kohima: The state government on Friday announced that the third phase of ‘Unlock’ in Nagaland will begin from July 18 and will continue till August 1 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Government spokesperson Mmhonlumo Kikon announced that fully-vaccinated tourists will be permitted to visit the state by the third phase of relaxation of lockdown restrictions (Unlock 3) in Nagaland.

Schools for Classes XI and above and colleges will be allowed to re-open by July 26. The remaining classes will also be allowed to resume by August 1 as part of Unlock in the state.

Even as schools and colleges will reopen, COVID-19 vaccination will be mandatory for the staffers.

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Taking to Twitter, Kikon wrote: “Unlock 3 – 18 July till 1st August. There is a slight uptick in the last week! Caution! Tourist who have taken two doses will be welcome to Nagaland. Higher Secondary & colleges will start from 26th July. Vaccination is must for staff! Other classes will start from 1st August!”.



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