After the high cases on the COVID-19 pandemic, all schools have been closed in order to secure the life's of students. But considering the fact that education is the key and it might affect the young students who have been on lockdown for over 3 months. Therefore, if Nigerian want to truly convinced the government they should adhere to strict instructions and follow the rules, so that it may reduce the high cases of COVID-19.
Let's take a look at some states that is affected with more and few COVID-19 cases below.
Looking at the number of COVID-19 cases it is obvious that Lagos has the highest number of COVID-19 cases in Nigeria. While Kogi has a few numbers of affected cases same as Cross River State with few numbers of COVID-19 cases.
From my opinion I think states like Kogi, Cross River, Taraba, Yobe, Ekiti, Kebbi and Imo state Should be announced for reopening of school as from July 26, 2020. Considering the fact that some students are already prepared for the SSCE for 2020, and it may also affect students who would want to sit for SSCE 2021. Therefore, from my view if students can adhere to government rules by putting on their face mask, sanitizing their hands and maintaining social distance therefore schools should reopen in those states as from July 26, 2020.
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