Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has announced that religious activities will resume in the state on June 19.
The governor made the announcement at a press briefing at government house, Marina, Lagos, on Thursday.
He said while Muslim services will resume on June 19, Christian worship would begin on June 21.
The governor also listed guidelines for the resumption of religious activities.
According to him, religious centres must not allow gatherings of more than 40% capacity or 500 people.
He adds that only Friday and Sunday prayers will be allowed to hold in churches and mosques and advised that persons under the age of 15 and above 65 should avoid attending religious services.
The governor also stated wearing of facemasks are compulsory and Periodic decontamination should be carried out after service.