Schools' compliance to Oyo state COVID-19 guidelines.
By EnochAdeyemi | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
Nigeria has been facing serious problem since the emergence of coronavirus. This has restricted the movement of people from one place to another.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, rules and regulations have being laid down to prevent students from contracting the virus.
The Oyo state government has opened schools for students who are preparing for promotion examination. Due to the pandemic, the Oyo state government has laid down guidelines for schools to follow to reduce the spread of the virus.
Schools within the state have really been observing the safety rules and regulations being given by the government in terms of the usage of nose cover, face shield. Also the usage of hand sanitizers and washing of hands is very well done within schools in Oyo state.
The act of social distancing is being put into practice within schools in Oyo state.
This pictures below shows how schools within the state are observing the laid down rules and regulations being given by the state government to put an end to the spread of the virus.
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