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These are other Rules that will take Effect from Tomorrow 2nd June as FG Reopened Places of Worship

The presidential task force on Covid 19 on Monday 1st of June 2020 during the Covid 19 press briefing announced the reopening of places of worship across the country.

The chairman of the committee Boss Mustapha who is also the Secretary to the Government of the Federation made the announcement to the people of Nigeria during the press briefing that the worship places like churches and mosques will be opened and it will follow some protocols to be announced by the state Governments across the country which shall take effect from 2nd June 2020.

Boss Mustapha also stressed that aside from the reopening of places of worship, the following amendments were also made to the gradual easing of lockdown as part of the measures to curtail the spread of Covid 19 in Nigeria:

There will be still be a Nationwide curfew with change of time from initial 8pm to 6am to 10pm—4am across Nigeria.

There will be full opening of Banks and other financial sector for the normal working hours. 

Ban on the interstate travelling remains prohibited with the excemption for goods and essential service travelling.

The ban on gathering of more that 20 persons remains prohibited except places of worships and workplaces with guidelines of protocols.

Restaurants and other eateries are to sale take aways to customers while Bars, gyms, cinemas, nightclubs, parks remained closed until further notice.

All schools to remain closed until further notice and offices should maintain 2m physical distancing with about 75percent of their capacity.

Also, Boss Mustapha pointed that the Aviation Industry has requested to start developing protocols for domestic flights to possibly resume from June 21st for local operations within Nigeria.

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