COVID-19: Osun Opens market, grants places of worship full opening File Photo of Governor Gboyega Oyetola

COVID-19: Osun Opens market, grants places of worship full opening

The government of Osun State has ordered the reopening of market places as well as full opening of places of worship.

This was contained in a statement made available via the official Twitter handle of the state government on Wednesday.

According to the information, which was part of the new guidelines for another phase of Eased lockdown in the state, the governor Oyetola-led administration said all markets are safe for full reopening.

Furthermore, the statement permits all religious places to commence full service, this is in contrary to the earlier statement which restricted the religious gatherings to once a week.

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The tweet reads; “The State government of Osun has ordered the reopening of markets and places of worship in the State.

“In a new guideline easing the lockdown induced by the COVID-19 pandemic, the State Government said that all markets are now allowed to commence full operations.

“While worship centres that were restricted to once weekly meetings can now commence their weekly services, subject to COVID-19 safety protocols.”

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