School Resumption: 18 States to Resume Schools As From 2nd Week Of September 2020

Since 23rd of March,2020 all schools across the country were shutdown due to the spread of coronavirus disease in the country. Although it was done to protect the lives of students and also reduce the rate at which the virus spreads in the country.
Recently, some states have announced the date for schools in their state to resume schools but not all states have actually fixed a date for resumption.

Here are the Lists of States that Have announced Resumption Date for all schools In the State.

1: The Anambra State Government has Approved Monday September 7 For Resumption Of Schools in the state.
2: The Bayelsa State Government has Announced 7th September as Resumption Date for all Classes in the state.
3: The Kogi State has Announced Resumption Date for Tertiary institutions, Primary and Secondary Schools.
4: The Osun State government has Announced Resumption Date for Universities,Poly and Primary and Secondary Schools.
5: The Ondo State Releases Notice on Reopening Universities,Poly and Primary and Secondary Schools.
6: The Delta State government has Announced Resumption Date for Tertiary Institutions Primary and Secondary Schools.
7: The Lagos state government has announced September 14 Resumption Date for Universities,Poly and others.

All the 18 states that has less than 1000 confirmed cases of coronavirus should be allowed to resume schools as from second week of September 2020, so as to enable their students continue with their education.
The picture below contains the list of States in Nigeria that has less than 1000 confirmed cases of coronavirus.
As a matter of fact, Lagos State has the highest number of coronavirus confirmed cases, and they have announced 14th of September as their resumption date. In my view, if Lagos State that has over 18000, confirmed cases of coronavirus can resume schools, then other states with less cases should resume as well.

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