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Buhari Declares Interstate Travel Ban Lifted

Uprising_Step 06/29/2020

Buhari Declares Interstate Travel Ban Lifted


In a bid to reduce the impact of the pandemic on the people and to ease livelihood in the country, the President has through his aides, made utterances concerning a relief on the interstate lockdown and other issues.

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The Federal Government of Nigeria has reportedly made an announcement through the PTF coordinator Sani Aliyu, that the ban on interstate movement has been lifted. 

Also, it will be allowed for students in certain classes in the Secondary Schools to resume studies.

The team said that basic and update classes for JSS 3 and SS 3 students would resume to prepare them for their current assessments.

This reviving of schools for leaving understudies in auxiliary schools is expected to take place throughout the nation. 

According to the Covid19 taskforce team, it was made known that basic and update classes for JSS 3 and SS 3 students would resume to prepare them for their current assessments. 

"Under the all-encompassing period of facilitated lockdown, the present curfew is to be maintained. Still, limitations on mass social gatherings and donning exercises will be observed. 

Students in graduating classes Primary 6, JSS 3 and SS 3 will be permitted to continue in anticipation of assessments," the PTF Chairman Sani Aliyu made this clear at the briefing. 

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The administrator of the presidential team on COVID-19 Boss Mustapha said that President Muhammadu Buhari has likewise endorsed the expansion of the staged lockdown for about a month. 

"Mr. President has deliberately thought of and affirmed that except for certain changes, Phase 2 of the Eased Lockdown will be stretched out for an additional one month, that is; 30 June – 27 July 2020," Mustapha said. 

Meanwhile, in the course of the reviving of air terminals for domestic flights, reviving of schools for graduating students in secondary schools and the lift of restriction on interstate voyages, Mustapha said every single other measure is set up. 

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"The aeronautics business is permitted to continue local trips when practicable in accordance with existing worldwide and local rules on COVID-19," he included.

As indicated by Boss Mustapha, across the country, time limit from 10pm to 4am is as yet unchanged, while the utilization of face masks in broad daylight places is as yet compulsory. 

Workplaces are still intended to be 75 percent filled while banks hold it's full working hours. 

This indeed is a bit of a relief for Nigerians, but adherence to the guidelines still remains key.

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