Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu relaxes COVID-19 lockdown in Lagos by giving new guidelines via a live broadcast on Thursday, 4th of June, 2020. He however concluded the broadcast with a stern warning saying “Regulate your conduct or government will regulate you.” more like “behave yourself ooo or else, government go show your strong thing.” Below we highlight some questions you might ask concerning the new Lagos state government COVID-19 lockdown guideline.
What Time Can I Go out?
You can only go out from 4:01am to 9:59pm. Which means that curfew remains from 10p.m. to 4a.m
Can I Finally Go And Rake For That Bank?
Yes oooo. You can. Banks and other financial institutions are to resume work fully
Can My Kid(s) Go To School?
Not so quick. A decision will be made after protocols have been agreed for primary and secondary schools as intensive engagement is ongoing
Offices nko, Have They Opened?
Yes, Offices are to open (except the prohibited ones) from 7a.m. to 6p.m.; It’s advised offices run shift if possible, to avoid too many staff at work at the same time. Civil servants also on levels 13 and 14 to resume on Monday, June 8
Can I Finally Travel To Another State For ‘Groove’?
No, comrade. Interstate restrictions still in effect
How About Going To Fun Places?
By fun places, we mean Gyms, night clubs and so on. The answer is No. These places are to remain closed for two weeks for evaluation of the current situation
Churches And Mosques Nko?
Mosques are to resume on the 19th of June and Churches on the 21st of June, at 40% of their maximum capacity. Services can only hold on Fridays and Sundays with members fully guarded with their face mask. Large congregations, even at 40% cant be more than 500 worshippers. Children below 15 years and elders of 65 years and above should not go to worship centers
Owambe, Birthdays, And Other Parties?
This is under review for the next two weeks for proper protocols check before consideration
Schools (Tertiary Institutions)
They are to continue with lectures online
Note: Government agencies to go round for compliance check and assessment. To register your institution, visit www.lasgsafetyreg.com
More people are still not adhering to safety with mask-wearing; regulate your conduct or government will regulate you.
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