October 25, 2021

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COVID 19: NIGERIANS GOES ON COMPULSORY FACE MASK EFFECT 1 MAY, 2020.

TEC NEWS.

Going by the President Muhammadu Buhari broadcast on Monday 27th April, 2020, the use of face mask is now compulsory and will be enforced from 1st May, 2020. Offenders will however be punished according to the Law.

The use of face mask has been listed among the guidelines given by the NCDC in preventing the spread of the pandemic include face mask but a huge numbers of the Citizens of Nigeria have never bothered using one and this is believed to impose danger on other Nigerians which might be infected by those vulnerable to the virus by not keeping to the guideline.

The President of Nigeria in his speech sustained the lock down in Lagos, Ogun and the FCT while total lock down is imposed on Kano State to prevent further death.

As we all know that the governor’s of each states of Nigeria have sat to discuss the way forward concerning covid-19 and they came to conclusions that all states both affected states and non affected all go on another 14 days lockdown in aid to curb the spread of this virus called covid-19.

The attached timetable will make you know the days and particular time you can go out to carry out essential activities like stocking the house etc.

Full Timetable Below

NEW TIMETABLE FOR COVID-19 LOCKDOWN

Saturday, 25th April, 2020- Total lockdown.

Sunday, 26th April, 2020- Total lockdown.

Monday, 27th April,2020-

Free period: 7am -2pm.

Tuesday, 28th April, 2020-

Total Lockdown.

Wednesday, 29th April, 2020-

Free period: 7am-2pm

Thursday, 30th April, 2020-

Total Lockdown.

Friday, 1st May, 2020

Free period: 7am-2pm

Remember, the use of face mask is now compulsory and will be enforced from 1st May, 2020. Offenders will be punished according to the Law

In light with the above and the prevailing situation in Nigeria where the number of new cases of Coronavirus  is increasing per day, endeavor to abide by all rules and regulations and follow due precautions to ensure a safe environment.