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Churches, Markets In Anambra State Can Now Open, The Lockdown Is Over – Gov. Obiano

Gov. Willie Obiano

Gov. Willie Obiano

The Anambra Government just relaxed the lockdown in the state, one month after it was announced.

Gov. Willie Obiano, however, revealed that every border that connects the state to its neighbours remain closed for now.

According to him, Churches are now allowed to hold activities even if all worshipers must wear face mask and observe all standing safety and preventive measures as health experts have advised.

He added that every food and drug market in the state should also be opened from now on.

His words, “Worshipers must wear face masks and enforce all World Health Organisation guidelines during worship, including, regular hand washing, avoiding handshakes, application of hand sanitisers, social distancing and others.

β€œMovements around Anambra has been relaxed but all boundaries of the state remain closed.”

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