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BREAKING : FG sends warning messages to Lagos, Oyo and other states over reopening of schools

The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 called for caution among the stakeholders before the proposed resumption of academic activities at Lagos and some other federation states.

According to The Nation reports, the Secretary to the Government Federation (SGF) and PTF chairman, Boss Mustapha, cited how this haste hastened the situation of COVID-19 management in some other countries.

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Reports uncovers that Mustapha said it would be to the greatest advantage of Nigeria to adhere to the example demonstrated successful since the public reaction was propelled.

He explained that

“It is in the above context that the PTF appreciates the on-going calls for re-opening of the education sector and indeed some sub-nationals are already making preparations for such.
Whilst the PTF does not discourage making such preparations, we need to be guided by experiences from countries such as Germany, France, the United States and the UK where opening of schools in some cities led to an increase in confirmed cases and fatalities.”

Furthermore, he said that more areas/sectors of the economy may before long be resumed, particularly as the country would enter another period of the facilitated lockdown.

Mustapha said the PTF would introduce its proposals to President Muhammadu Buhari this week, which will decide the following stage in the public reaction.


Mustapha also noticed that the most recent three weeks had indicated a log jam in the quantity of affirmed Covid cases in the nation, taking note of that, over the most recent four months of testing, the least day by day figure of affirmed cases (138) was accounted for on Sunday, 30th of August.

However, the PTF boss urged caution and vigilance over the declining numbers as he noted the virus is still potent and very dangerous.

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