State report on COVID-19 lock down

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/4/2020 10:46:50 AM IST

Joint secretary to the government of Nagaland, Hiazu Meru issued the daily report on law & order and facilitation of essential goods & services in the state for July 3. According to DIPR report, he informed that one violation of the lockdown has been reported and as a remedial step, one person has been bound down.  He added that no incident of law and order has been reported in the state. The report informed that all essential commodity shops remain opened in all the districts except Mokokchung. It also stated that no shortage of essential commodities have been reported in any part of the state. It added that no movement restriction was imposed for the distribution of essential commodities and on e-commerce agents.

According to the report, suitable arrangements have been made for providing food and shelter to migrant workers affected by the COVID-19 restrictions. In this regard, there is 1 (one) active relief camp and 1 (one) food camp where 10 (ten) daily wagers/needy persons were provided food/dry ration.


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