Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has said that all schools at primary, secondary and tertiary levels in Lagos State remain physically closed.
The Governor made this known in a tweet via his Chief Press Secretary, Gboyega Akosile on Wednesday.
He said schools remain closed while he enjoined management of various institutions to continue with online learning.
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While giving updates on the relaxation of the lockdown order in Lagos State, Gboyega noted that Sanwo-Olu had banned vehicles carrying foods of more than seven passengers into and out of Lagos.
“Lagos State Governor, Sanwo-Olu has banned vehicles carrying foods of more than 7 passengers into and out of Lagos.
“Markets to open from 9am to 3pm on selected days.”
The Governor also directed that entertainment centres within private estates be closed for two weeks starting from May 4th.
“All entertainment centres including gyms, spa, recreational facilities inside private estates are to remain closed for two weeks post #lockdownlagos. This would be reviewed after two weeks.”
Meanwhile, 28 females and 21 males including a foreign national were discharged from different isolation centres in the state on Wednesday.
“28 females & 21 males including a foreign national – a Greek were today discharged from our Isolation facilities at Yaba & Onikan to reunite with the society.
“The patients; 18 from IDH, Yaba & 31 from Onikan Isolation Centre have fully recovered & tested negative to #COVID19 in two consecutive readings.
“With this, number of patients successfully managed & discharged in Lagos is now 187,” a tweet from the Ministry of health read.