Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 cautions against Reopening of schools

The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 has warned state governments that it is still not safe to reopen schools in the country. PTF Chairman and Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, made this known during the PTF daily briefing. 

Mustapha, however said “The PTF appeals to state governments to embark on wider community testing, enforce rules on social distancing and step up community engagement, risk communication and pay attention to places of large gatherings. We have received reports that some states are contemplating the opening of schools, television viewing centres and other places where large gatherings could take place”.

The Presidential Task Force re-emphasizes that it is not yet safe to do so and that utmost caution should be exercised in this regard. The PTF guidelines should be complied with while considering decisions on this in the future

32 thoughts on “Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 cautions against Reopening of schools

  1. What do you even expect from people who don’t place value on education, so no Covid 19 in market places Abi? Mtcheewww

  2. God will take away this pandemic from us so that we student will go back to school

  3. hmmm…me i don’t know what to say oo…if they like they should reopen schools if not they should leave abeg…me i have moved on with my life oo so they shouldn’t bother to reopen

  4. This PTF na really useless set of greedy individuals, are they not tired of this their lies

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