Nagaland extends continuous lockdown till July 15

With the continuous rise in Novel Coronavirus cases in Nagaland, the state cabinet on June 29 decided to continue the ongoing lockdown till July 15.

Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio informed the media in Kohima that the state cabinet has decided for further extend the lockdown for the safety of the people. However the relaxations will be continued.

Officials stated that the existing guidelines with regards to the lockdown in all parts of the state shall continue to remain operative in the state till July 15.

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