On Thursday September 10, the Delta State Government further relaxed the COVID-19 directives put in place to curb the spread of the ravaging virus.
The Commissioner for Information, Charles Aniagwu made this known in in Asaba where he stated that cinemas, hotels, eateries, and others have been allowed to operate but should observe the COVID-19 protocols.
He reportedly said, “We have taken a decision to allow movie houses, hotels, entries to open their businesses but must consistently fumigate the places. They will not be more than 50 for big capacity and 25 for small capacity hall. They must observe all the COVID-19 protocol.
“Why we are taking this decision is to ensure that businesses survive in the state as people had long closed,” the commissioner added, noting that the task force would continue to monitor the process and would not hesitate to clamp down on any defaulter.
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