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COVID19-The Federal Government Said Restrictions Are To Be Maintain Even During Sports

”The following measures shall either remain in place or come into effect and we will maintain restrictions on mass gatherings and sporting activities” said Mustapha.

The belief of sports resumption to normalcy in the country has suffered a huge blow as the FG insist that it was not safe to resume sporting activities.

Boss Mustapha the chairman of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, stated this during a press briefing on Monday in Abuja.

He states that the latest developments were contained in the task force’s fifth interim report, which was submitted to the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), earlier in the day. saying, ”I am pleased to inform you that the Mr. President Buhari has carefully considered the Fifth Interim Report of the Presidential Task Force and has accordingly approved that, with the exception of some modifications to be expatiated upon later, the phase two of the eased lockdown be extended by another four weeks with effect from Tuesday, June 30, 2020, through midnight of Monday, July 27, 2020”.

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