COVID-19: Kano lifts lockdown, bans road hawking

COVID-19: Kano lifts lockdown, bans road hawking

Governor Ganduje made the announcement on Thursday whereas giving an replace on the outbreak of COVID-19 within the state.

He additionally banned road hawking and begging, including that it was obligatory for residents to put on face masks in public locations.

The governor declared that remaining yr college students may resume college whereas all civil servants from Grade Degree 12 ought to resume work from Monday subsequent week.

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He defined that the employees could be within the workplace from 9am to 2pm, noting that it was crucial to make sure the complete opening of the state economic system following the numerous discount in recorded instances of COVID-19.

Governor Ganduje, nonetheless, warned that the federal government wouldn’t hesitate to punish residents who fail to adjust to the face masks coverage.

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He additionally suggested folks older than 55 years to remain at dwelling, stressing that they had been most weak to the virus.

Kano State has been on lockdown since April 17 after the optimistic COVID-19 instances witnessed a big rise.

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