Not Yet Safe To Reopen Schools In Nigeria, Says Boss Mustapha

The Nigerian Government has mentioned that it’s nonetheless unsafe to reopen colleges due to uncertainties across the COVID-19 pandemic.

Boss Mustapha, Secretary to the Government of the Federation, made this recognized in the course of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 every day briefing on Monday.

He mentioned, “The PTF appeals to state governments to embark on wider neighborhood testing, implement guidelines on social distancing and step up neighborhood engagement, threat communication and take note of locations of enormous gatherings. 

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“We have received reports that some states are contemplating the opening of schools, television viewing centres and other places where large gatherings could take place.

“The Presidential Task Force re-emphasises that it is not yet safe to do so and that utmost caution should be exercised in this regard. The PTF guidelines should be complied with while considering decisions on this in the future.”

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Not Yet Safe To Reopen Schools In Nigeria, Says Boss Mustapha

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