The second phase of unlock process in Nagaland has been announced. 

The second phase of unlock announced by the Nagaland Government will be of seven days. 

It will begin from July 10 and will continue till July 17. 

As part of the second unlock phase, the Nagaland Government will announce further relaxations on COVID-19 restrictions. 

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New SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) would also be released for the second unlock phase in Nagaland. 

The decision to implement second phase of unlock in Nagaland was taken by the State government’s High-Powered Committee for COVID-19. 

The HPC also reviewed Nagaland’s preparation for the next wave of COVID-19 in the State. 

Moreover, as part of the second unlock phase, selected train service would also be allowed to operate in the State. 

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This was informed by spokesperson of High-Powered Committee (HPC) for COVID-19 – Mmhonlumo Kikon on Thursday. 

Kikon tweeted: “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.” 

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