The federal government has revealed rumors that schools, churches and mosques will reopen on June 8, 2020 after the second phase of the ban.
Head Mustafa, secretary of the federal government (SGF) and chair of the presidential working group (PTF) at COVID-19, announced this at a meeting in Abuja, saying that the message was not from the government that the authorities and authorities had given it had to lose it .
He reiterated the government’s willingness to reopen the country’s main sectors so that economic, religious and academic activities can continue peacefully as long as the government believes that such a decision will not harm Nigeria.
COVID-19 is real and has affected countries all over the world. Therefore, Nigerians must be patient with the government, because we are working hard to limit the spread of the virus, he added. The second phase of the blockade starts on Monday, May 18, 2020 and ends on Monday, June 1, 2020.
Competent authorities and agencies are recommended to adopt COVID-19 guidelines in the second phase of blocking for possible reopening of key sectors. Meeting your goals will be a key factor, so they strictly comply with NCDC guidelines, which include the use of physical face masks, regular hand washing with alcohol-based soap or disinfectants, and maintaining distance and social problems.
Corona virus is real, don’t negotiate and spread it if you do. Perform constant respiratory hygiene, including coughing or sneezing into the tissues and immediately throwing or coughing or sneezing on the elbows.