Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje has declared Mondays to be part of the lockdown free days in the state, apart from the earlier, Friday, Sunday and Wednesday.
He said this was to further give the residents the opportunity to look for a livelihood.
The Press Secretary to the governor, Alhaji Abba Anwar disclosed this in a state issued to newsmen on Sunday in Kano.
According to him, Ganduje said, “While I urge people to continue observing the COVID-19 protocols, I wish to convey to all that, Monday is now the fourth day of a week, that lockdown is suspended.
“People are now free to move freely on Mondays within the stipulated time, 6am-6pm.
But they must maintain wearing of face masks, social distancing, use of hand sanitizer and washing hands with soap and running water.”
He directed that all markets and other public places must continue observing the protocols.
The Governor added that all hands must be on deck to effectively tame the pandemic.