COVID-19 second wave: Lagos govt issues fresh directives for churches, weddings, travelling

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The Lagos State government has once again urged residents in the states to comply with the restrictions and laws as the country fights to avert the second wave of COVID-19.

The Lagos State government in an infograph posted on its official Twitter page listed 13 guidelines to be adhered to.

The guidelines are listed below

  1. Meeting friends and family – Maintain adequate social distance.
  2. Bars and pubs – All bars, night clubs, and pubs are to remain closed.
  3. Retail – Retail shops can open but “hould ensuI’mCOVID-19 protocols.
  4. Work and business – Some staff must work from home to reduce crowd in workplace.
  5. Education – All schools are to remain closed until further”notice.
  6. Exercise – Maintain safe distance.
  7. Entertainment – No carnivals/ concerts or street parties and jamborees.
  8. Personal care – Wash your hand” regularly, use alcohol-based sanitisers, maintain social distancing.
  9. Overnight stays – The midnight to 4am curfew imposed by the Federal Government remains.
  10. Wedding and social gatherings – Must not exceed 300 people with prior clearance from the Lagos State Safety Commission.
  11. Places of worship – To follow COVID-19 protocols and not exceed 5″ per cent of the maximum capacity for attendance
  12. Clinically extremely vulnerable – Are advised to stay at home.
  13. Travelling – All non-essential travels are seriously advised against.

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