Nagaland Unlock-2 to begin from July 11
Select train service will be allowed with strict SOPs in the second phase of 'unlock'.
The High Powered Committee (HPC) on COVID-19, government of Nagaland has decided to begin unlock 2 for seven days from July 11-17 with further relaxations.
HPC spokesperson Mmhonlumo Kikon posted on Twitter, saying select train service will be allowed with strict SOPs in the second phase of 'unlock'.
Kikon added the respective district task forces (DTFs) will issue revised standard operating procedures (SOPs).
"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," the HPC spokesperson tweeted.
The Nagaland government had relaxed more activities in the first phase of unlock from July 1, after the total number of active cases of COVID-19 declined in the state.
On Wednesday, Nagaland recorded 44 new COVID-19 positive cases, two deaths and 105 recoveries. With it, the state's COVID-19 caseload climbed to 25,663, including 1,070 active cases, 23,378 recovered cases, and 491 deaths, according to the updates from the state health department.