The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has set a limit of 50% for all and religious social gatherings in Abuja.
Dr Abubakar Tafida, Secretary, Health and Human Services Secretariat in the FCT, revealed this in a statement on Saturday, according to Freshreporters News.
According to Tafida, the administration has prohibited the opening of nightclubs and limited indoor events to 50 people.
In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 disease, he stressed that any social gathering of more than 50 people must take place in open spaces.
Tafida went on to say that all indoor religious gatherings should be kept to a maximum of 50% capacity and should adhere to all public health social measures.
He said: “During the Christmas and New year celebration period, the residents of the FCT are urged to practice the following measures as advised by the Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19, which will be enforced by FCTA:
“Any gathering in excess of 50 people must be done in open spaces. Street parties are discouraged. All night clubs and related activities are banned during this period.
“Indoor religious congregation should be limited to 50% capacity with full compliance to public health social measures such as physical distancing (2 metres apart) and use of face masks, etc.”
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