LOCKDOWN: Lagos Introduces New Guidelines

Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu o has announced the setting up of a whistleblower strategy in order to track the defaulters of the new lockdown directive.

At a  press briefing in Marina on Wednesday, Sanwo-Olu said whistleblowers would be responsible for alerting the authorities on any organisation that doesn’t comply with the new curfew directives.

He also mentioned that the general public would be carried along as regards how the whistleblower strategy would run later on.

Sanwo-Olu noted that schools and all places of worship are expected to remain closed.

Below are the new set of guidelines for partial lockdown in Lagos State;

All places of worship remains closed until further notice.

Eateries and restaurants to open between 9am-3pm and are to do only takeout. No eat in. Also 9am-3pm only! Take note! Must wear gloves and masks.

Public transport: All commuters to wear masks and gloves. Handwashing equipment and thermometers must be provided. Buses to load 60% capacity. No standing. All air conditioners off! All commercial bikes suspended! Tricycles 2 passengers only.

Controlled easing phase for all businesses, Banks and companies are as follows.

All staff will work between 9am and 3pm. Maximum of 60% capacity on ground. Others to work from home.

All schools remain closed! Teach online!

Whistle blower Channels to be introduced for any one who flaunts the directives

All beaches, clubs, gyms, salon, cinemas, swimming pool remains closed!

Markets to open on designated days between 9am-3pm

50% elevator capacity only

Funerals are permitted. Only 20 people permitted and that includes the officiating ministers. No party to follow it.

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Curfew remains in place as directed by the President. 8pm-6am.

Review of compliance to be done again in 2 weeks!

Lagos Discharges 49 COVID-19 Patients

This comes as along with the discharge of another 49 Covid-19 patients from isolation centres across the state.

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