In a way to help reduce the spread of coronavirus, many states have either banned or restricted cross over service.
Here are the state listed;
Recall that the osun state government had earlier banned cross over services but has decided to allow the cross- over religious gathering, giving time limit and expect everyone to close by 1: am. Directing security operatives to enforce the stated guidelines, urging religious bodies to ensure strict adherence to the safety guidelines.
The state government has banned cross-over service across all its Local Government Area. Thereby placing a Twenty Thousand Naira ( 20,000) fine or three months imprisonment for violaters of the guidelines.
The state government had adjusted its curfew to begin 12 midnight to 4am daily, starting from December 23 excluding Dec.31 2020.
The Governor also stated that wearing of facemask is mandatory in public places. Religious, political and social gathering should be reduce with strict adherence to COVID-19 protocol.
Dapo Abiodun, the state governor has directed all street carnival to be suspended and restricted attendance to Cross over services, parties and gathering.
The state government has imposed a partial Lock- down/ curfew in the state to begin from 12 midnight to 4:30am till further notice, with mandatory use of Nosemask in public places.
The state government has announced new restrictions to help reduce the spread of the virus and directed the Tasks Force to enforce compliance in public places.
Governor Babajide sanwo-olu had imposed a strictly enforced curfew from 12 midnight to 4am. Directing all worship centers to suspend its cross over night services.
The Federal Capital Territory had ordered all event centers, restaurant, leisure gardens to be shut down for five weeks.
Kano, Taraba, Plateau and other state
There are no plan yet for the state government to imposed lockdown over the second wave of the pandemic.
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