Lagos Asks Churches, Mosques To Enforce COVID-19 Protocols, Bans Carnivals


The Lagos State government has asked houses of worship, mosques, and other worship places to implement the existing COVID-19 protocols in the midst of the rising cases revealed as of late in the state.

It requested that they guarantee all gatherings should not exceed two hours with attendance not more than 50 percent of the maximum capacity of the venue.

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The state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, gave the orders in an explanation actually endorsed by him on Friday.

He additionally pronounced that shows, jubilees, and road parties have restricted in all pieces of the state until additional notification.

As per the governor, night clubs have not been permitted to open yet and all night clubs in the state should be closed down uncertainly with quick impact.

He clarified that the mandates got significant as all neighborhood governments in Lagos have started to record an expansion in COVID-19 cases.

Governor Sanwo-Olu, notwithstanding, noticed that the circumstance was not unconventional to Lagos alone, taking note of that the whole nation was additionally observing an ascent in the quantities of affirmed instances of COVID-19.

“Of each 100 tests that we currently play out, a normal of 10 ends up being positive. This is an expansion from the five for each hundred recorded in September, yet lower than our top in August which was somewhere in the range of 20 and 30 for every hundred.

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“This proposes the presence of dynamic network transmission and speaks to the feasible chance of the rise of the second wave in Lagos State,” he said.

The governor added, “This subsequent wave requires a full re-arousing of an alert and precautionary measure. The smugness that sneaked in throughout the most recent couple of months because of our initial intercessions when cases began to decay from our top in August, should now offer a route to a bounty of carefulness.”

As a feature of public health mandates, he requested the closure of all public and non-public schools in Lagos inconclusively and asked all public workers from Grade Level 14 and underneath to telecommute for the following 14 days beginning from Monday one week from now – in the main example.

While Governor Sanwo-Olu noticed that crisis laborers and specialists on the call were excluded, he expressed that the 12 am to 4 am check-in time forced by the Federal Government stayed set up.

He additionally coordinated that visitors and specialist organizations at any occasion with high temperatures (above 37.5 degrees) should be courteously turned around and alluded to paramedics or the crisis reaction group.

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