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Governor Abiodun has finally relaxed lockdown from Monday to Friday from 6am to 8pm, while Saturday and Sunday will be locked down.

Meaning week days are now free from 6am to 8pm but Saturday and Sunday will have a total lockdown.

According to Governor Abiodun during press briefing today :

"As Ogun State people continue to abide by the Federal Government’s directive on 8pm-6am curfew, lockdown is hereby relaxed in the State starting from Monday 1st of June, 2020, between the hours of 6am-8pm Mon- Friday." - Prince Dapo Abiodun-MFR, Governor, Ogun State.

The curfew from 8.00pm to 6.00am as directed by the President is still in place.

Restrictions on Interstate travel are also retained
Wearing of face masks in the public is still mandatory 

Only one passenger is still allowed for motorcyles, otherwise known as Okadas, whilst tricycles are limited to two passengers only.

Taxi cabs and buses still have 60% limitation on their carrying capacity and we will arrest and impound any driver that contravenes.

The COVID-19 Task Force in markets are still mandated to ensure physical distancing, availability of handwashing facilities and use of gloves in addition to facemasks for traders.

Fumigation will continue in our markets and other public places.

Limitation of all gatherings to a maximum number of 20, including religious activities, is still in effect. We are currently working on the guidelines for places of worship. Until this is finalized, the current restrictions apply.

Gyms, event centres, cinemas, arcades, bars, casinos, nightclubs, swimming pools, barber-shops, spas, beauty Salons, and all public parks, including those in private residential estates, will not be allowed to operate, even during this new phase of relaxation.

Restaurants are permitted to provide ONLY take-away services and should also ensure that there are no more than 10-15 customers at a time with physical distancing. Guidelines for eat-in services are being finetuned.



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