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Nagaland Announces Additional Relaxation Measures for the Lockdown Period Beginning June 12

Nagaland Announces Additional Relaxation Measures for the Lockdown Period Beginning June 12

Nagaland Announces Additional Relaxation Measures for the Lockdown Period Beginning June 12. The Nagaland state administration said Wednesday that it would extend the state’s existing lockdown and restrictive restrictions until June 18, 2021.

The continuing lockdown was scheduled to conclude on June 11, but the state administration extended it by seven days.

“After extensive consultation with all District Task Forces. The High Power Committee has agreed to prolong the lockdown until June 18 with further relaxations. Respective DTFs would issue required directives granting relaxations based on district conditions! “Mmhonlumo Kikon, the Nagaland government’s spokesman, said.

In addition to the present rules, the state administration extended numerous relaxations to Kohima between June 12 and 18, 2021.

  1. According to the instruction, NO-MASK NO-MOVEMENT, and NO-MASK NO-ENTRY must be implemented in public areas. And also strictly enforced by the Kohima District Task Force and law enforcement authorities.

2.Permitted shops and enterprises are to permit to function between the hours of 6 a.m. and 2 p.m. While complying with COVID-19 criteria such as wearing face masks. Maintaining proper hand hygiene, and physically separating themselves. Business owners must ensure that there is no congestion and that cashless transactions are preferred, according to the decree. However, the primary market area BOC, High School, will remain closed.

Nagaland Announces Additional Relaxation

3.From 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 12, 14, 17, and 18, establishments selling stationery, mobile phones, computer accessories, automobile repair garages, and enterprises selling motor components will be open.

  1. Restaurants and restaurants is permit to provide takeout or meal delivery services. While waiting in line, customers must maintain a social distance and follow COVID-friendly habits such as wearing face masks and hand sanitization.
  2. Religious services and gatherings on a regular basis are forbidden. However, prayer groups and fellowships of no more than 20 individuals have been authorized in conformity with the stringent COVID-19 rules for good behavior.
  3. Administrative offices of schools and colleges with a core group of officials is allow to attend to urgent and critical problems.
  4. With the agreement of the District Task Force, private sector core groups may meet for urgent and critical topics.
  5. Revised construction workers is to be admit after screening by the individual ETFs, and fresh laborers may be admitted in line with the new SOP for returnees and travelers announced on April 29.
  6. Depending on the local district task force’s need for IT assistance during COVID-19 vaccination. Common service centers is authoriz to be establish across the state.
  7. Taxis and auto-rickshaws will run on an odd-even schedule. On the other hand, the DTF may consider implementing limits based on local conditions. 11. Service on buses, two-wheelers, and pillion riding shall remain halted.

Nagaland has 3,777 active cases as of Friday, including 431 COVID-related fatalities.

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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