Churches, mosques open in Taraba as state is free of coronavirus

Christians and muslims in Taraba State have been directed to resume their religious activities, but in compliance with Covid-19 protocol.

The Taraba government allowed the religious centres to open after announcing that the state no longer has an active case of the Coronavirus.

In a broadcast, the Deputy Governor, Haruna Manu, however, said that observance of social distancing and other safety protocols must be strictly adhered to.

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He also announced a slight ease on restriction of movement and other activities.

According to him, government has set aside Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays to enable the residents carry out their activities from 8 am. to 6 pm.

The deputy governor added that lockdown would still be observed on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, adding that violators would face strict penalties.

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Manu urged religious leaders and other citizens to comply with the rules.

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