The Nagaland government allowed higher-secondary schools and colleges to reopen from July 26.
Government spokesperson Neiba Kronu said the third phase of ‘unlocking’ would start on July 18 and continue till August 1.
In this phase, higher-secondary schools and colleges will be allowed to start physical classes from July 26.
The Nagaland government has also decided to welcome tourists who have taken both doses of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Social, political, religious and other gatherings are allowed to a maximum of 50 people when the events are held indoors, and a maximum of 100 people when they are conducted outdoors.