Taraba State Government has announced the relaxation of the lockdown orders imposed on the state to cutatil the spread of Covid-19.
The relaxation was announced on Friday by the Taraba State Governor, Darius Ishaku in a state broadcast.
Muslims and Christians can now worship at their various centres while Markets and shops can open from 6am to 8pm for residents to buy essential goods and do other businesses.
Meanwhile residents are expected to still wear face masks and adhere to the social distancing orders.
Bittertruth Media reports that Taraba State has no active case of Covid-19 at the moment. And no one has died of the virus in the State.