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COVID-19: Governor Badaru reopens state civil service in Jigawa

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The Jigawa State Government has ordered the reopening of state civil service from Monday 6th of July 2020.

Governor Muhammad Badaru Abubakar disclosed this today while briefing newsmen.

Badaru said the decision was reached following the decreasing number of COVID-19 cases in the state.

He said for fifteen days, the state has not recorded a single COVID-19 case across the state.

He explained that all officers on grade 12 to above must report back to work from Monday 6th,2020.

“Officers on grade 12 to above must report back to work from Monday 6th,2020 and must strictly follow all the prevention measures’. He stated.

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“This follows the careful monitoring of the situation in the state after suspension of all the lockdown, opening weekly markets and interstate movements and closure of all isolation centers.

Slim Xclusive reports that only one COVID-19 patient remained at the state centre for disease control out of the 317 cases recorded.

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