Mr Obaseki had actually previously directed schools in Edo to close down in March as part of steps to reduce the spread of the Covid-19.
According to a statement on Sunday, the Governor claimed the State government was communicating with the Federal Ministry of Education to establish standards for the resuming of schools.
Godwin Obaseki Guv of Edo State, has actually hinted that pupils at Junior Secondary School Class, 3 as well as Senior Secondary School, 3, would certainly be prioritised in advance of the resuming of academic institutions in the State.
“As schools remain closed, rules for reopening are being developed in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education, most importantly for students in JSS 3 and SS 3 who are preparing for their exit examinations.
“Edo parents and guardians of pupils in primary schools, should continue to utilize our e-learning platforms for their educational needs, while they remain at home’
‘After consultations with the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, and other religious bodies, reopening of places of worship will commence soon.
“Just as we continue to expand screening and testing to religious groups/organisations and business establishments, we urge religious organisations and corporate bodies to assist us drive modalities for our new norm and cooperate with the designated health and security agencies in this regard.
“The 10pm to 4am curfew as directed by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 subsists,” he added.