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FG Approves Reopening of Schools For Exam Class

President Buhari Approves Reopening of Schools For Exam Class Only for the moment read below for full details.

Schools have been closed since March 2020 as part of a larger shutdown measure to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID) which has infected 24,567 people and killed 565, as of June 28.

Much of the country was in lockdown from March till early May when the government started lifting restrictions in phases.

The chairman of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Boss Mustapha, announced on Monday, June 29 that Buhari approved the committee’s recommendation to extend the current second phase of eased lockdown by another four weeks till July 27.

The president however further eased some additional restrictions including approving the resumption of students of graduating classes (Primary 6, JSS 3, and SS 3) in preparation for examinations.

Other classes remain closed for further evaluation with schools, including tertiary institutions, encouraged to continue with e-learning and visual teaching.

 

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President Buhari has also lifted the ban on interstate movement that has been in place nationwide since the beginning of May.

Mustapha said the interstate travel ban was lifted because it was not working and created a side business for state and non-state agents who were profiting from allowing movement to continue illegally.

“People were paying so much to embark on those unnecessary illegal trips,” he lamented.

Drivers have been directed to only fill 50% of their vehicles’ capacity during travels set to resume from July 1.

Movement across state boundaries are allowed only outside of curfew hours of 10 pm to 4 am.

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