Churches in Oyo State have reopened for services after three months closure due to the ban placed on religious gathering by the State Government.

The State Government had in March this year, placed a ban on all religious gathering as part of the measures to curb the spreading of COVID-19 pandemic.

The State Governor, Engr Seyi Makinde who double as the Chairman of State Task Force on COVID-19 recently announced that Churches and Mosques in the state would reopen with some guidelines.

One of the guidelines directed that religious centres must operate, at not more than 25 per cent capacity.

The State mandated the wearing of face masks throughout the service among other measures.

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