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COVID-19: Osun gives fresh directives on New Year crossover

The Osun State authorities, on Tuesday, gave new tips regarding cross over evening church companies throughout the State.

It determined to permit cross over non secular gatherings.

DAILY POST reported that the State authorities final week insisted that it has positioned ban on countdown to new yr ceremonies or cross over companies within the State on account of COVID-19.

It has now made u-turn on its earlier order. In keeping with the Commissioner for Info and Civic Orientation, Funke Egbemode, in an announcement, this was on account of “delicate temper of the season.”

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In keeping with the brand new guideline, any organisation holding cross over service should shut the service early and “everybody have to be off the streets by 1:00am.”

Egbemode additional stated, “Safety operatives have been given the directive to implement this guideline. Spiritual our bodies and residents are subsequently suggested to conform as a result of we are not looking for anybody to spend the primary day of the yr in police custody.

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“Additionally, the management of non secular our bodies should guarantee strict adherence to security protocols, which embrace accommodating solely 50 % capability of their regular attendance, guaranteeing social distancing, use of nostril masks or face fields by members, avoidance of sharing supplies and devices and avoidance of every other motion that may assist the virus to unfold.

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“The federal government needs everybody a affluent yr forward, however needs all of us to do what is true to maintain the peace, security and well being of the State and its residents.”

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