The Nigeria presidential task force has reduced the curfew nation wide from 10pm-4am and it is said to be implemented starting from tomorrow.
The Nigeria presidential task force consist of the health minister and others which was created by the government to reduce the spread of COVID19 has decided to reduce curfew from 8am-6pm to 10pm-4am and uplift the restriction on religions gathering, which means churches and mosques can continue their worship, but their is still restriction on schools and they are extending the restriction on the Aviation department till June 21. Information reaching us from Bashir Ahmed on his twitter handle
“The Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 has submitted parts of its recommendations on the partial re-opening of some additional businesses, schools and places of worships for possible consideration by President @MBuhari, SGF Boss Mustapha disclosed after briefing the President”.
But there are still restriction on interstate movement from one state to another apart from goods and essential travelling.
The federal government has also ease the lockdown on kano state and has decided to go with phase one rule.
The presidential task force has given a green light on hotels that they might open it giving that they follow the NCDC, bars, cinema, nightclubs and park are closed till further notice.