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Nigeria to allow travel between states outside curfew hours from July 1

Reuters | Abuja | Updated: 29-06-2020 21:43 IST | Created: 29-06-2020 21:24 IST
Nigeria to allow travel between states outside curfew hours from July 1
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Nigeria will allow travel between states outside curfew hours from July 1, an official from the presidential task force on the new coronavirus said on Monday.

Interstate movement has been restricted to essential services for several weeks. A national daily curfew is in place from 10pm to 4am local time.


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