From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja
The Federal Government has warned that all political activities involving large gatherings are to strictly adhere to COVID-19 guidelines issued by the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC).
In a statement, yesterday, the Chairman of the committee and Secretary to the Government of the Federation , Boss Mustapha, said organisers are to ensure use of face masks (mandatory for indoor meetings); mandatory temperature checks and use of sanitizers at events; political parties to be responsible for compliance to safety measures; and voting procedures must comply with the stipulated COVID-19 safety protocol by INEC.
Mustapha also announced that the nationwide curfew from 12 midnight to 4 a.m. and limitations on gatherings along with other restrictions imposed in 2019 to curb the spread of coronavirus have been eased.
He said the decision followed reduced risk of importation of new variants, as well as the increasing number of people vaccinated in Nigeria and globally.
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The Federal Government also asked civil servants to go back to their offices with proof of vaccination or a PCR test of not more than 48hrs.
Private companies were asked to continue implementing measures to limit the spread of the virus at work.
The limitation on the number of persons and 50 per cent limit on persons attending religious gatherings was also lifted but attendees must use face masks.
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According to him, no limitation on air travels – both domestic and international flights; but both international and domestic travellers must abide by existing protocols, including the use of face mask while onboard and taking personal precaution measures.