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Lagos, the most populous city in Africa, will gradually reopen places of worship and restaurants in view of the corona virus

The Nigerian authorities have announced that the most populous city of Lagos will be able to reopen its places of worship next week, while restaurants and leisure centers will be able to do so from August 14, closing due to coronavirus in March.

“I am pleased to announce the progress we are making in the fight against COVID-19 and the decline in the number of cases,” said governor of the state of the same name, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, in a series of news reports about his report on the website were published Twitter social network.

He claimed that the authorities had decided to reopen the places of worship for churches in the case of mosques on Friday, August 7th and on Sunday, August 9th, always with 50 percent of their total capacity.

Lagos, the most populous city in Africa, will gradually reopen places of worship and restaurants in view of the corona virus
Lagos, the most populous city in Africa, will gradually reopen places of worship and restaurants in view of the corona virus

“In the same way, social and leisure centers can be opened on August 14, in strict compliance with security protocols and registered with the Lagos Sports Commission (LSSC),” he said.

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