FG Relaxes Ban On Religious Gathering, Curfew Now 10 p.m To 4 a.m

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President-Muhammadu-Buhari

The Federal Government on Monday announced the relaxation on the ban on religious gathering in the country from June 1, 2020.

The Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 disclosed this during its daily briefing in Abuja, saying this is based on the guidelines and protocols agreed by State governments.

The PTF, however, said the ban on inter-state movement in the country remains in force. The government also announced that the curfew imposed on the country will now be from 10.00 p.m. to 4.00 a.m.

There would be full opening of financial sector in their normal working hours and Interstate travel remains prohibited except for goods &essential travel.

Gathering of more than 20 persons remains prohibited; outside of workplaces and religious services

Aviation Industries are requested to start developing protocols for domestic flights to possibly resume from June 21 and Hotels may reopen

Bars, gyms, cinemas, nightclubs, and parks are also closed until further evaluation

Also, all schools are to remain closed until further evaluation and offices maintain 2 meters physical distancing 75 percent maximum capacity

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All guidelines as issued by the Presidential Task Force for Covid19 are to be implemented or enforced by State Governments

All permitted openings (hotels, religious services etc) are to maintain non-pharmaceutical interventions (masks, sanitizers/handwashing, 2m distancing, capacity limits, etc)


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