Add even rule in dimapur extended till july 10

Add even rule in dimapur extended till july 10

The “even-odd” rule for vehicle traffic in Dimapur municipal areas will be in force till July 10, 2021.

Dimapur Police Commissioner Rotihu Tetseo has issued an order stating that the basic mobility of vehicles will be based on the even and odd number of days currently set. Those who are exempt have been ordered to bring identity cards provided by their respective chapters.

Shops/commercial businesses selling basic necessities and utilities such as liquefied gas and e-commerce may well be open every day from 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, all other stores/businesses selling all types of goods/items/objects are allowed to be open from 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

All stores in New Market, Hong Kong Market and Hazy Park will be allowed to open from 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays on an even-numbered basis.

Barbershops, salons and spas may open after the persons/employees working in these establishments have been vaccinated. This can be done by applying to the DMC administrator, the Chumukedima City Council/Medziphem City Council/Niuland City Council administrator, or the administrative officer of the respective district.

After nearly a month and a half of the lockdown, the first phase of resuming business and other operations in the state will begin July 1 and will last 10 days.

On June 28, the Higher Covid-19 Committee (HPC) decided to phase out the lockdown restrictions. However, the HPC stated that unblocking 1 would be an observation phase before making any further decisions.

To avoid repeated lockdowns, the government emphasized strict Covid-compliant behavior, such as “no mask, no movement” and “no mask, no entry,” as well as increased testing and immunization.

Chief Secretary J. Alam announced new instructions for step 1 of the “unblocking” process in an executive order. In addition, the government has given the District Task Forces (DTF) the authority to impose stricter regulations in their specific areas/districts, depending on local conditions, if they believe such measures are urgently needed to stop the spread of Covid-19.

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