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COVID19: Nigeria lifts interstate lockdown from July 1

President Buhari also approved the re-opening of schools

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President Buhari has extended phase two of eased lockdown by another 4 weeks with effect from tomorrow, Tuesday June 30th through midnight of Monday July 27th, 2020

President Buhari also approved the re-opening of schools (only for students in graduating classes, that’s Primary 6, JSS3 and SSS3) to allow them prepare for examinations.

Today is the last day of the Nigeria’s phase II of the eased lockdown, members of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 briefed and submitted their recommendations to the President for approval, the next lines of action will be announced tomorrow, SGF Boss Mustapha discloses.

President Buhari has today approved the re-opening of schools ONLY FOR STUDENTS IN GRADUATING CLASSES,  to allow them prepare for examinations. That is, Primary 6, JSS3 and SSS3.
Buhari also approved that Phase 2 of Eased Lockdown will be extended for another 4 weeks (June 30–July 27)

Permission of movement across State Borders outside of curfew hours, from July 1

Buhari further approved, on recommendation of #PTFCOVID19, SAFE REOPENING of Schools ONLY FOR STUDENTS IN GRADUATING CLASSES (Primary 6, JS3, SS3) to enable them prepare for exams.

Also approved: SAFE REOPENING of domestic aviation services “as soon as practicable.”
PTF: All Daycare & Primary schools to remain closed until further evaluation, except for Common Entrance pupils.
Secondary & Tertiary Schools to remain closed. Arrangements to be made for exiting JS3 & SS3 students to resume as soon as possible for preparation for exams.
Interstate Lockdown lifted with effect from July 1, 2020. Only outside curfew hours.

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