Lagos State Government Releases Updated Guidelines for Businesses, Parks and Places of Worship

The Lagos State government has released updated guidelines for businesses, parks and places of worship. According to a statement by the State governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu;

“We also have some updated guidelines for certain types of businesses and parks. Hair salons that have been accredited by the Lagos State Safety Commission (LSSC) are to continue strictly on appointment-only and with a maximum occupancy of 50 per cent of the total space.

“Sports facilities and recreational parks in residential estates are permitted to operate with a maximum of 20 persons at any given time depending on size. However, places of worship, events centres, and social clubs will remain closed until further notice.

“Some of these decisions are hard for us but we must prioritise for the greater good and protection of our residents. Using a facemask is mandatory in public places. We are asking offices, businesses and commercial premises to refuse entry to any person not wearing a mask.”

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