The Lagos State Safety Commission has commenced physical verification of social clubs in the State.
The exercise was led by the Director General, Lagos State Safety Commission, Mr. Lanre Mojola who visited The Ikoyi Club, The Lagos Motor Boat Club, The Lagos Polo Club, The Ikeja Country Club, The Ikeja Golf Club,The Lagos Jetski Club, The Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, The Yoruba Tennis Club, Ikeja Country Club and Ikeja Gold Club,amongst others.
The Director General commended the level of compliance and readiness to open some of these clubs.
He admonished them on the need to maintain social distancing and proper hygiene across these facilities.
He declared that the Commission has started issuing out Provisional Safety Compliance Certificates to social clubs that have registered and have had their locations verified.
He disclosed that while a number of businesses in the State are complying with the register to open initiative, some are yet to comply, he urged all Social, Event, Betting Centres, Bars, Night Clubs, Gaming Arcades, Casinos and all the businesses captured under the Register to Open Initiative to do so in earnest to allow the verification process take place.
He sounded a note of warning to centres that have completed their registrations and have had their centres verified that they are NOT allowed to open until an announcement is made by Mr. Governor on the supposed open date for the different social centres.
He appealed that the only way to flatten the curve of Covid-19 pandemic is through collective effort with all Stakeholders
He urged all and sundry to cooperate with the Government in adhering to the Safety Guidelines.
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