The Lagos state government confirmed that the decision yo reopen schools will be decided in two weeks.
The Lagos state Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu disclosed this to newsmen in a televised press briefing today (Thursday).
The Governor of Lagos state, said an extensive meeting with all parties involved in the education sector will influence the outcome of thier decision.
He stressed that he knows how curious Lagosians are to know the outcome as the regards to how schools are to reopen. He said there is still a lot to do as regards schools reopening and they are looking at the educational sector from a different perspective.
However, he noted that online learning in the seven higher institutions in Lagos state will still continue.
He stated that they will be engaging with the Ministry of Education and the Lagos State Safety Commission on how feasible it is for primary and secondary schools to reopen.
He says at the end of the two weeks they will come with specific guidelines.
He added that, once all stakeholders have agreed on the protocols to be adopted for the primary and secondary schools, then they will spell out the mode in which primary and secondary schools are to be reopened.
He also gave all companies in Lagos State permission to operate between 7am and 6am.
The Governor also declared that Mosques will open its doors to worshippers as from 19th of June while Churches will open on the 21st of June.