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    FG COVID 19 GUIDELINES: Valuehandlers International commitments
    Updated On: 19 Oct 2020 | 1,520 Views

    FG COVID 19 GUIDELINES: Valuehandlers International commitments

    FG COVID 19 GUIDELINES: Valuehandlers International commitments

    FG COVID 19 GUIDELINES: Valuehandlers International promise commitment to interstate delivery services

    All Nigeria churches and Mosques have been directed to reopen in accordance with their State Government prescribed protocols with effect from June 2, 2020, while all schools remain closed.

    This follows the new set of directives and guidelines issued by the Federal Government of Nigeria in a new phase of easing the lockdown of the country.

    However, Valuehandlers International will continue to provide you the best delivery service across Nigeria as Interstate movements remain restricted except for the movement of goods and essential services.

    In the meantime, the Federal Government has also asked the Aviation Industry to begin developing protocols that will lead to the resumption of domestic air flight as expected to resume operations by 21st June 2020.

    Valuehandlers International, therefore, appeal to our valued customers to remain calm and safe as we patiently await the opening of commercial and unlimited international cargo flights’ operations from and to Nigeria.

    1. Ban on religious gatherings has been lifted by the federal govt but such gatherings are for churches and mosques only.
    States to bring out the guidelines for their respective states.....

    2. Banks to commence full operations from 8 am to 5 pm

    3. Domestic air flight operations to resume by 21st June.

    4. Inter state movements remain restricted except for goods and special services.

    5. All offices are to open for normal working hours from 8 am to 5 pm except govt offices that open only for people from Grade 14 upwards.

    6. Restaurants are still closed to sit-in customers. They are only to operate on takeaway.

    7. All schools remain closed but plan underway for those to write exit exams.*

    8. Bars, cinemas, clubs, etc remain closed.

    9. Hotels are free to open and operate including the restaurants inside hotels.

    National curfew now from 10 pm- 4 am.

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