FG reopens worship centers, maintain ban on interstate travels, pend domestic travels till June 21.

The Federal Government has ordered a restricted opening of worship centers (Churches and Mosques) which will only be based on state Government protocols as agreed.

Government also maintained the curfew placed on Abuja, Lagos, Ogun and Kano States from 10 p:m to 4 a:m and maintained interstate travel ban except for goods and essential travels.


The National Coordinator, PTF on covid-19, Dr. Sani Aliyu.


The Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 announced this in Abuja Monday during their daily briefing.

The Taskforce said there would be full opening of the financial sector and business in other services shall be during normal working hours but offices must maintain 2 meters physical distancing with 75% maximum capacity of people inside the places of business at a time.

The Aviation industry should work towards opening all domestic flights developing applicable protocols for return of operations by June 21.

The body also insisted that all schools are to remain closed until further evaluation by it while hotels may reopen. It however said restaurants outside hotels must remain closed for eat-in except for takeout only.

Also bars, gymnasiums, cinemas, nightclubs and parks remain closed until further evaluation.

- Eniola Olatunji.



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