Of the 11 new cases, seven are from Kohima, three form Mon and one from Mokokchung.
The Health and Family Welfare (H&FW) department officials felt that since the cases of COVID-19 are reported from quarantine centres which lodge returnees the state does not need to be in a hurry to go for a total lockdown.
The NPF stated that the recent extension of Disturbed Area Act throughout Nagaland clearly exhibits the callousness with which the BJP Government is dealing with the Naga people and its political problem.
The Naga Hoho stated it is unfortunate that the “Government of India fails to take into account the ground reality but rather chooses to dehumanize the Naga people by using the most inhuman Act”
The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) argued that Naga movement for self-determination is a mass based assertion for the Naga people's legitimate rights to be respected by any forces that stand to oppose it.