COVID-19: Govt issues strong warning as worship centres, schools set to reopen in Ekiti


Subject to the fulfilment of some laid down protocols, worship centres in Ekiti State may resume for services as from Friday, July 17th. This is in line with the agreement reached by the state government with leaders of religious organisations in the state.

Governor Kayode Fayemi who disclosed this on Tuesday in a statewide broadcast on the next stage in the State’s COVID-19 Response, said arrangements are in top gear to ensure that pupils and students return to school from July 20 as recommended by stakeholders in the education sector.

The two largest markets in Ado Ekiti, the Oja Oba and Bisi Market, according to the Governor will now be open to lock-up shops only subject to compliance with protocols stressing that street trading, makeshift stalls kiosks and open…



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