BREAKING: Delta State Governor allows wedding/burials and orders mandatory usage of Facemask, bans schools, etc.

BREAKING: Delta State Governor allows wedding/burials and orders mandatory usage of Facemask, bans schools, etc.

The Executive Governor of Delta State, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has ordered immediate usage of facemask residents of Delta State.

Before you start reading please make sure you follow us on FACEBOOK HERE, and TWITTER HEREbecause we have a lot of stories for you.

The Governor banned conference centers, schools, sporting activities etc.

This was made through broadcast to the people of Delta State.

Read his full text below

Effective, Thursday, 30th April, in exercise of the powers conferred on me by the Delta State Public Health Law; the Quarantine Act; and the Infectious Diseases (Emergency Prevention) Regulation, all citizens and residents of Delta State are to adhere to the following guidelines:

It shall be mandatory for all residents of Delta State to utilise face-masks in public places. ‘Public places’ include offices, markets, malls, supermarkets, salons, hospitals and health clinics, churches, mosques, and all other ‘approved’ gatherings.

All conferences, sporting activities, gathering of people in convention/event centres, sports fields, public/open spaces, as well as recreational and cultural/communal activities remain banned until 31st May 2020.

Burials and weddings will be allowed. However, the social distancing rule of maintaining a 6ft distance amongst attendees must be applied. Additionally, the number of guests must not exceed 50.Dont Miss This:‘I don’t have Gonorrhea or any STD, Cletus is sent to blackmail me’ – Pst. Mrs. Veronica

  1. All schools, both public and private, will remain closed until Sunday, 31st May 2020.
  2. All entertainment centres, including cinemas, bars and night clubs will remain closed until Sunday, 31st May 2020.

All restaurants and canteens are to operate a strict ‘take-away only’ policy; while hotels will be allowed to open (with in-room dining). However, hotel restaurants, bars and night clubs must remain closed till further notice.

  1. Transport services will be allowed to operate. However, they must not exceed the following numbers of passengers:

Kekes — 2 passengers at the back;
Taxis —1 passenger in front and 2 at the back; and
16/18 Seater Busses — 10 to 12 passengers maximum.

Our airports will remain closed to passenger traffic till further notice.

Finally, on Thursday, 30th April, to chart the way forward for our places of worship, I shall be meeting with our religious leaders to discuss all possible options. However, all religious crusades/conventions remain banned till further notice.

Want to buy GOODS directly from Chinese Factories at WHOLESALE PRICES? Click Here

Newest Posts;

Dont miss this: HELP! I belong to a group of LESBIANS who swore NEVER to get MARRIED but I want to get MARRIED now – lady needs advice

Trending: PANDEMIC IN KANO STATE! Over 150 people buried in Kano State between last Fri and Sat – pictures and videos

Dont miss this: WONDERS! Pst. Mrs. Veronica infected me with gonorrhea, she has ruined my life – Cletus Brownson cries

Nigerians who buy N100 call credit will get relief cash – Federal Govt

Dont miss this: Trending Video: Man gets mad with his son after paying $21k for his school fees and he passed only music

Also read: True Story: My husband likes kissing our 15yr old daughter deeply and I am beginning to get uncomfortable – please advice.

Hot and New for your reading: Uyo is BOILING! A married man sends a threat message to a guy who is using juju to screw his wife – read post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

error: Content is protected !!
%d bloggers like this: