Governor Sanwo-Olu announced this on Friday, while giving an update on the COVID-19 situation report in the state.
“All schools and educational institutions will remain closed. We continue to support online teaching of curriculum during this period.
However, students in transitional classes, who have mandatory Public exams ahead of them are permitted to resume at only day schools as soon as possible for revision classes and examination.”
He stressed that all educational establishments were to follow established public health guidelines and protocol for re-opening the schools for those categories of students.
“For the avoidance of doubt, students impacted by this directive are those in primary 6; J.S.3 and S.S.3.
Commencement dates for this opening will be announced after such schools have met the required guidelines and protocols and provision of essentials for both students and teachers alike.
Tertiary Institutions are to continue their online academic activities which were at various advanced stages.
“In our Public Service, we will not be making any changes at this time but encourage our staff working from home to continue to improve themselves through the various online Learning Management Systems (LMS) portals that we have enrolled them onto in line with the circulars issued by The Head of Service.
All restrictions applying to mass gatherings will remain in force. That is, no more than 20 persons permitted, and this includes funerals as well.
Opening times for government and private offices, markets, supermarkets, eateries and so on, will remain as approved.”