Kano Govt Lifts COVID-19 Lockdown, Bans Street Hawking
Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has reported the suspension of lockdown prior proclaimed in the state to check the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Senator Ganduje made the declaration on Thursday while giving a report on the episode of COVID-19 in the state.
He additionally restricted road peddling and asking, including that it was mandatory for occupants to wear face veils in broad daylight places.
The senator announced that last year understudies could continue school while every government worker from Grade Level 12 should continue work from Monday one week from now.
He clarified that the laborers would be in the workplace from 9am to 2pm, taking note of that it was important to guarantee the full opening of the state economy following the critical decrease in recorded instances of COVID-19.
Senator Ganduje, in any case, cautioned that the administration would not spare a moment to rebuff inhabitants who neglect to agree to the face cover strategy.
He additionally exhorted individuals more established than 55 years to remain at home, focusing on that they were generally powerless against the infection.
Kano State has been on lockdown since April 17 after the positive COVID-19 cases saw a huge ascent.