By Henry Odeh
The government of Adamawa state has lifted the ban on markets, Mosques, and Churches in the state amidst the corona virus pandemic ravaging the country and the rest of the entire world with a view of returning normalcy back to activities in the state.
Press Secretary to the Governor of Adamawa state, Humwashi Wonosikou, made this disclosure in a press statement he personally signed and made available to pressmen on Thursday.
Wonosikou however, urged all religious leaders to put in place health and safety precautionary measures in their various places of worship in order to contain the spread of the dreaded virus in the state.
The statement reads in part: “Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has eased the restriction on worship places and social gatherings earlier imposed on the state following the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic.
“Churches, Mosques and the international cattle markets under lockdown can now reopen.”
He also announced the discharge of five COVID-19 patients from the state isolation centres after testing negative for the virus.