The ongoing rise in Covid-19 cases in India and an increasing number of Omicron cases as well is a matter of concern.
Govt of Nagaland says this may be a 3rd wave
Government said that the rise in cases indicates the arrival of a third pandemic wave. Which may put public’s health in serious danger, and also strain the health infrastructure of the State.
Therefore, as measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the State, new guidelines are to be followed.
Govt of Nagaland suspended physical classes
According to the new revised SOP issued by Nagaland Chief Secretary and Chairperson of the State Executive Committee J Alam announced that the physical classes for students studying up to Class 8 till January 31 have been suspended.
However, “any student of Class 9 and above, and who has completed 15 years of age, shall be allowed to take admission, or attend regular/offline classes, only if he/she has taken at least one dose of vaccine against COVID-19,” the order stated.
Also from 9th January night curfew will be imposed from 9pm to 5am. However, some exceptions have been made. Social gathering should not exceed 50% or 200 persons.
Also, double vaccinated travellers have to carry negative Covid-19 report.