From Yusuf Mairiga Shekarau, Jos
Plateau State Governor Simon Lalong has relaxed the six days total lockdown imposed in the state since 9th April 2020.
Governor Lalong said the government considered the relaxation to give all Indigenes of the state the opportunity to come out and restock their homes.
Lalong, who was talking on a state broadcast said “The total lockdown has been extended to 12 midnight of Thursday 23rd April 2020 to meet the medically stipulated quarantine period of 14 days”.
He stated however, that “beginning from 11pm tonight, Wednesday 15th April 2020, to 12 midnight of Sunday 19th April 2020, the total lockdown will be relaxed to enable people go out to restock their homes”.