Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has returned the order restricting the operations of churches and mosques in Lagos state.

The Lagos State governor asked worship centres not to hold services for more than two hours, adding that no gathering must exceed 50 per cent of the maximum capacity of the venue.

Sanwo-Olu also banned carnivals and street parties in the state.

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He made this known in a statement on Friday titled, ‘We cannot afford to relax the battle against COVID-19′.

The governor said, “Concerts, carnivals and street parties are banned in Lagos State until further notice.

“Night clubs have not been allowed to open yet. All night clubs in Lagos must immediately shut down, until further notice.

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“The midnight to 4a.m curfew imposed by the Federal Government remains in place.

“The protocol of ‘No Mask No Entry’ must be enforced by all public places: offices, businesses, markets, shops, and so on.

“All places of worship (Churches, Mosques, etc.) must ensure that no gathering exceeds two hours, and also that no gathering exceeds 50% of the maximum capacity of the venue.

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“A minimum of two meters’ distance should be maintained between seated or standing guests.

“All guests and service providers at events must wear nose masks/coverings before entry.”

Sanwo-Olu explained that the restriction was returned because of the “possible” second wave of coronavirus in the state.