- The Federal Government of Nigeria has rolled out new measures to nip in the bud the second wave of COVID-19 in the country
- On Monday, December 21, the FG made it known that some social gatherings have been banned for the main time which is a form of COVID-19 Lockdown 2.0
According to the Nigerian government, the citizens will abide by a five-week restriction on different social and religious activities.
Moreso, the government has imposed a curfew between 12-4am.
“To limit COVID-19 spread, the Federal Government has ordered nationwide closure of all bars, night clubs, pubs, event centres, and recreational venues, as well as restaurants, except those providing services to hotel residents; takeaways, home deliveries and drive-ins.
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“Mass gatherings like weddings, conferences, congresses, office parties, concerts, seminars, sporting activities, and end of year events shall be restricted to not more than 50 people, according to the new guidelines announced by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19.
“Public transportation systems are to carry passengers not more than 50% of their capacity in compliance with social distancing rules.
“Religious centres are to also operate at less than 50% capacity of the facility of use.” Pulse Nigeria reported
It should be recalled that Naijaloveinfo Dailies reported yesterday that some states in Nigeria have adopted different measures to combat the second wave of coronavirus disease in Nigeria.