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Osun Gov relaxes curfew, orders civil servants to resume

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Gov. Gboyega Oyetola of Osun,  has announced the relaxation of the curfew imposed to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the state.

Oyetola in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Ismail Omipidan, on Friday in Osogbo,  also ordered civil servants on grade level Seven and above to resume work within normal office hours.

He directed departmental heads to work out alternate working hours for staff  on grade levels One to Six.

Oyetola further said that the curfew which was earlier  6. p.m to 6. a.m would now be from 9.p.m to 5.a.m daily.

The governor, however,  said that the curfew would be relaxed for 14 days in the first instance.

Oyetola also said that the total lockdown earlier imposed on the state from Friday to Sunday had been eased for 14 days in the first instance.

The governor said the ban on political, public, religious and any kind of gatherings under whatever guise remained in force.

He also said all major markets in the state would remain shut, while smaller markets would be opened .

The governor said that traders in  smaller markets must ensure physical distancing, the use of face masks and obsere all other precautionary measures in accordance with the established protocols of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

Oyetola thanked the people of the state for their cooperations

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