BREAKING: FG Lifts Ban On Interstate Traveling, Allows Reopening Of Schools For Graduating Students
The Federal government has broadened the simplicity of lockdown starting from tomorrow Tuesday, June 30 to July 29.
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Reporting this at the day by day preparation of the Presidential Task Force on COVID19, the National Coordinator, Dr Sani Aliyu, said the expansion of the facilitated lockdown anyway accompanies a few changes.
Aliyu referenced that the prohibition on interstate travel will be lifted as of July first. He said interstate travel should just be done outside the national time limitation hours which is somewhere in the range of 10pm and 4am. So individuals can venture out between 4am to 10pm. He said anybody without a face mask won't be permitted into any engine park and that business transports might be permitted to work on half limit.
"For interstate travels, movement across state borders will be allowed only outside curfew times effective from the firt of July'' he said
With respect to Education, Aliyu said schools will revive across the country just for graduating classes which are Primary Six, JS3, and SS3. He included that all essential and childcare focuses stay shut until further assessment. Optional and Tertiary Schools to likewise stay shut. Aliyu said there will be protected reviving of air terminals for local trips when practicable.
"The Aviation industry is allowed to resume domestic operations as soon as practicable in line with existencing International and local guidelines on COVID19" he said
Sani included Gyms, Bars, Event focuses, night clubs, Cinemas and other recreational focuses to stay shut until further assessment.