COVID-19: Oyo Rescinds Curfew, Issues Warning To Night Club Operators

COVID-19 Oyo State OnoBello

On Thursday August 4, Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State and his COVID-19 Task Force team canceled the 10pm curfew imposed on the state to stop further spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mr Taiwo Adisa, the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, announced this in a statement where operators of night clubs were warned to desist from accommodating persons in closed areas within their premises, addling  that research had confirmed that the virus spreads faster when people cluster in closed venues.

The statement said an advisory would be sent to night clubs owners by the Emergency Operations Centre arm of the task force to allow guests into their enclosed areas.

It Further indicated that the task force issued another warning to residents of the state to continue to follow the ‘own your action initiative’ of the state’s COVID-19 task force as according to the task force, the state “is not completely out of the woods with regards to COVID-19”.

It warned residents of the state not to jettison the guidelines on the prevention of the virus including washing of hands, social distancing and use of nose masks.

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