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Monday, June 01, 2020

COVID 19 - Schools In Nigeria To Remain Shut,Flights May Resume In 3 Weeks

The Federal Government has declared that schools in Nigeria will remain shut.






The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 made the announcement on Monday.

The government says it is better to remain cautious as far as schools are concerned.

The PTF explained that the decision followed expert advisory and asked the Aviation industry to develop protocols for the resumption of domestic flights.

The possible date of resumption is June 21.

Furthermore, all interstate movements remain prohibited, but the haulage of goods and essential travels are permitted.
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59 comments:

  1. Heard Worship Centres and hotels are allowed to open now.

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    1. That depends on the governor of each state. I think Sanwoolu of Lagos hasn't given religious centers the go ahead

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    2. We will continue zoom classes. My children's school,just blocked parents that have not yet paid the half tition for their wards.

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    3. If the numbers are truly escalating, why relax the lockdown?
      Why reopen worship places?
      Why shorten the curfew period?

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    4. Kokolet dem no force you relax your own lockdown. If you see the need to continue the lockdown by all means go ahead afterall you are responsible for your own safety.

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    5. THEY SHOULD JUST ANNOUNCE SCHOOL RESUMPTION NEXT YEAR 2021 AND END THE ANTICIPATION

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    6. So if my office asks me to resume work I should refuse. @Agadi

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  2. Good one but for resumption of flight doesnt sound good to me.

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    1. But we have to move now. Me I'm stuck here. I want to go home for a bit.

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    2. The spread won't have part 2. So sad.

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  3. I really do pity teachers in private schools.
    Akwa Ibom Governor just reviewed the curfew from 8pm to 10pm today.At least people who do businesses that mostly move at night would heave a sigh of relief

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  4. But interstate move is going nau. People are still traveling.

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  5. My concern is how many girls who have gotten pregnant will be returning to school. I am talking from what is happening around me. Say yours.

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  6. I said it ohπŸ˜©πŸ˜©πŸ˜©πŸ˜…

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  7. What of inter state travel?

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    1. I know someone that travelled from Enugu State to Lagos State for Omugwo yesterday and her journey was smooth.

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    2. Pls how o...my friends mum needs to come for omugwo also.

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  8. OMG..my heart goes out to all private school teachers. It's well

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  9. Seen.
    God will help all the private school teachers.It is not easy.

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  10. 😫😫😫 inter state travelling has been happening before now.

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  11. If ur child attends a private sch, I wld advice u assist the teacher. Even if na 10k, na money o. Including the Nanny's. Just a suggestion o

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  12. This is so unfair to those of us working in private school.we weren't paid and will not be paid. πŸ˜₯😩


    Tblack

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    1. So for personal selfish reasons children that barely know what's going on should be exposed to covid & probably die in their numbers? Na wa !

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  13. Good development, but i don't feel too good about this flight thing....

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  14. How is this even good, so corona no dey fly? Seems corona is a pagan? And why does education have to suffer? This govt is a joke

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  15. May God help us that are teachers in private schools.

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  16. Tot by now everything will come to normal.

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  17. What will be our fate now? Private schools teachers

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  18. Private school employees...how are we going 2 survive....other streams of income.....job hunting....Jah help us.

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    1. It is a pity but most of this proprietors won't produce adequate measures in monitoring the children, most especially those in primary school. How many hours can the students and teachers remain on mask. Lots of issues. The number of students in government schools is another worrisome issue.

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  19. Private school teachers,God will help us.

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  20. We private school teachers, it is well with us o.
    God provided private lesson for me that I just started today,na something. Glory to God

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  21. Even though school resume now,my children wont smell there

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  22. How will we the private school teachers survive? No salary for months now. Reading this broke my heart

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  23. I know that it has not been easy especially on private schools employees but they shouldn't be selfish. Adults are yet to comply to the precautionary measures not to talk of kids.
    Just like someone mentioned we should extend help to our kids teachers no matter how small which is what I have been doing since April.

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  24. I know it isn't easy for we private teachers, but lowing students to resume now Will only make things worse. God provide for your children.

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