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#Brazilians celebrate their #independence despite intense #Covid19 case

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#Covid19 : #Nigeria finally resumes her #internationalflight

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After a five-month closure of the Nigerian airspace to scheduled international flights due to lockdown occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic, foreign travel resumed in the country on Saturday when an aircraft operated by Middle East Airlines touched down at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. . The plane which took off from Beirut, Lebanon, landed at the airport at exactly 02:27 pm, The PUNCH can confirm. . Two other airlines including Delta and British Airways are also expected to begin flight operations at the airport today. The Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, is also expected to reopen for international flights. . Earlier on Friday, an inspection team from the Lagos State Government visited the MMIA to ascertain its readiness to resume flight operations. . The team included Lagos State Deputy Governor, Obafemi Hamzat; the state Transportation Commissioner, Frederic Oladeinde; as well as the state Health Commissioner, Akin Abayomi, amongst others. . They were led round the various facilities in the airport by the Managing Director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, Capt Hamisu Yadudu and the airport manager, Victoria Shina-Aba, alongside other officials. . The FAAN boss had disclosed Friday that Middle East Airlines would operate the first flight into the country today. . The PUNCH had earlier reported that the Federal Government barred some airlines from operating into the country. . The country’s airspace and airports had been shut to flight operations in March to curb the spread of the lethal coronavirus disease which as of Saturday has killed over 1,000 people in Nigeria. . The FG subsequently approved the restart of domestic flights from July 8, adding that effective September 5, international flights would resume with the two airports. . The Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, had said there would be sanctions for non-compliance with the guidelines on the part of the approved airlines and the passengers. — Follow us for breaking news and videos. — #internationalflights #reopening #nigeria #flights #punchnewspapers

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#AntonioBandaras kicks #Covid19 A$$ after being forced to spend his 60th birthday in #Quarantine

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Some #birthdays and #Anniversaries of your faves that have gone unnoticed this Corona year

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Happy 50th Birthday, @melissamccarthy! 🎂

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#RobertPattinson tests positive for #Covid19 after three days of being on the set of #TheBatman

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#TheRock reveals his family has tested positive for #Covid19

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Lagos State Commissioner for health #ProfAkinAbayomi finally tests #negative for #Covid19

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Do like this 🙌 if you have missed seeing the good looking commissioner standing beside the Governor anytime there is a press releases from Sanwoolu? It is a good thing the good Prof is finding his way back to work after all that battle with Covid19 for seven days. Welcome back honourable Commissioner.

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Lagos #Tertiary, Primary and Secondary #Schools to #resume 14th and 21st #September 2020 respectively

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As the effects of COVID-19 continues to alter our way of life, we are launching a free COVID-19 Care Pack, which contains medications, hand sanitizers, face masks and handy medical equipment that could be used to check the body temperature. In the event that someone tests positive to the virus but would prefer home-based care as against staying at the isolation center, this care pack will be given to such people to aid their treatment and management of the virus. Also, after deliberations and consultations with stakeholders, we have made the decision that all tertiary institutions in Lagos State are to re-open for academic activities from September 14, 2020. While primary and secondary schools are to resume on September 21, 2020, but this date could be subjected to further review. Until we are confident that we have the virus under adequate control, all event centers, bars, lounges, night clubs, spas, beaches, cinemas, gyms and game arcades are to remain shut till further notice. We are completely and understandably sympathetic to the plight of business owners, especially those operating in the hospitality and tourism sectors. We are not oblivious to the challenges being faced due to the continued closure of businesses, it is imperative that we make sure controls are measures are put in place, so we don’t find ourselves fighting a lost battle with COVID-19. We would make concrete decisions on easing the lockdown in this sector before the end of September. The ease of lockdown is the outcome of a careful and deliberate attempt to ensure that livelihoods are not crippled by the overwhelmingly disruptive impact of the virus. It is certainly not an invitation to carelessness nor nonchalance We will continue to keep our citizens informed and updated on the decisions we are taking in response to the pandemic. We will also continue to ask for your understanding and cooperation. These are challenging times for all of us, and it requires extra levels of patience, sacrifice and understanding. Thank You.

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#Wearyourmask :Gov. #AndrewCuomo shares a #Mask #photo of a #Family from 1918

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#2020 #MaskUpAmerica

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#UsainBolt tests positive for #Covid19 days after holding his 34th #Birthday #party

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Stay Safe my ppl 🙏🏿

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Disturbing #PartyScene Photos emerge from the #birthplace of #Covid19 in #WuhanProvince

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#Brazil #Covid19 : Rio De Janeiro remembers it’s over 100,000 #dead #Citizens

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Omotola reveals she has tested positive for #Covid19 and is receiving #treatment

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#Antoniobanderforced to #celebrate his 60th #birthday in #Quarantine after testing positive for #Covid19

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Some of your favorite #Celebrities still Encouraging the use of #masks

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Don’t be an ass, #WearADamnMask

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Gov. #Sanwoolu shares update on #Covid19 progress in #LagosState

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I am happy to announce the progress we are making in our fight against Covid-19 and the current decline in positive cases. In view of this development, we have taken the decision to reopen places of worship effective from Friday August 7 for Muslim worshippers, and Sunday, August 9, for Christian worshippers with 50 per cent of their regular capacity. In the same vein, social clubs and recreational centers will also open from August 14, in strict compliance with safety protocols and registration with Lagos State Safety Commission. Clearance certificates to open are at this time being issued only to social clubs with registered trustees. Restaurants can open for in-dining services from August 14, on the condition that they maintain 50 per cent capacity and obtain safety compliance certificate through the LSSC registration portal. Public gatherings can now hold with a maximum of 50 persons for meetings, funerals and other social events. While we try to ensure that life gradually returns to normal, we implore residents to continue to use face masks in public spaces and adhere strictly to all the public health safety measures and guidelines. At this point, I have to emphasize how important and necessary it is for us to self-regulate. Everyone of us must take up the mantle of responsibility and ensure that we are self-regulating ourselves in our interest and in the interest of our loved ones.

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