Kano Gov Ganduje Ease Coronavirus Restrictions As Cases Rise



Some supermarkets, business and other close-contact services in Kano prepares to open Monday as governor Abdullahi Ganduje eased coronavirus shutdown amid experts’ warnings of a potential new surge in coronavirus infections.

With deaths and infections still rising in Kano, Ganduje, has announced the relaxation of the Presidential lockdown order imposed on the state.

Recall that President Muhammadu Buhari ordered total lockdown in Kano State for two weeks during his national broadcast on Monday.

According to Ganduje  no markets will be allowed to open except supermarkets.

He said the list of the supermarkets would be announced on local radio stations.

Ganduje on Saturday announced two free days for purchases during the lockdown period.

He said that Mondays and Thursday would be lockdown free days from 10am to 4pm.





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