Kano Ease COVID-19 Lockdown Against President’s Order

Kano State government has eased the lockdown imposed on the state by the president in his briefing on Monday. The Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, announced this relaxation of the lockdown himself today, Saturday.

The Kano state governor said Mondays and Thursdays, from 10am to 4pm would be exempted from the lockdown, also saying that markets would not be opened, except the Yankaba Market where perishable goods are sold and the Yan Lemo market.

The Kano state governor also said that permitted supermarkets would be opened, and the list of the supermarkets would be announced on local radio stations.

This relaxation comes hours after the state had reported it’s highest case in a single day according to the coronavirus report released by the NCDC. Presently, the tate has a total number of 311 confirmed cases.

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