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Lagos Govt Orders Civil Servants On Grade Level 15 And Above To Resume Work On Tuesday


All state civil servants from grade stage 15 and above are to renew work on Tuesday, Might 5 2020, in line with the Lagos State Authorities.

The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, gave the order on Sunday throughout a press convention because the business metropolis begins the easing of the COVID-19 lockdown on Monday.

In keeping with Governor Sanwo-Olu, whereas the affected staff will resume duties, these under grade stage 14 are to remain at dwelling from Monday, Might four, 2020.

READ ALSO: Lagos State Govt Points Recent Tips On Reopening Markets, Buying Malls

FLASH: Governor of Lagos State, Mr @jidesanwoolu has ordered ALL State Public Servants to remain at dwelling for tomorrow 4th Might 2020 .. whereas ONLY Grade Stage 15 and above can come to work from Tuesday .. #Covid19Lagos @gboyegaakosile @LSMOH @followlasg @Riddwane

— Gawat Jubril A. (@Mr_JAGss) Might three, 2020

The Lagos Authorities had earlier stated markets, the place non-food gadgets are offered, might be allowed to open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

The Commissioner for Native Authorities and Neighborhood Affairs, Dr Wale Ahmed, as saying that the markets and shops might be opened from 9 a.m until three p.m on the chosen days.

He additionally famous that every one meals and farm produce sellers will function on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

In keeping with Dr Wale, the transfer follows the gradual easing of the COVID-19 lockdown in Lagos State from Monday, Might 4th, including that security measures should, nevertheless, be noticed within the markets.

As of late Saturday night time, 2 Might 2020, Nigeria has 2, 388 COVID-19 infections with Lagos State accounting for 1, 068, in line with the Nigeria Centre for Illness Management (NCDC).

An extra breakdown of the figures in Lagos State reveals that 791 of the instances are lively whereas 247 individuals have been discharged with 30 lives misplaced to the pandemic.

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