Recall that schools in the country were closed in March as part of measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
But Senior Secondary School 3 students were called back on August 4 to write the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, which started on August 17.
No fewer than 53,727 cases had been confirmed in the country as of August 29.
Lagos had recorded 18, 104 cases; the Federal Capital Territory, 5,149 cases and Oyo State, 3,107 cases. Also, Kano State had also record 1,725 cases as of August 29.
On Saturday, Lagos State, which was the epicentre of the virus until a few weeks ago, said its schools would resume in September.
The state Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, who disclosed this, said higher institutions would resume on September 14, while the resumption date for primary and secondary schools was tentatively fixed for September 21.
He said the decision was informed by the decline in the number of COVID-19 cases in the state.
The Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 had on Thursday said coronavirus epicentre had shifted from Lagos State to Plateau State.
We are not in a hurry, we will wait for FG’s directive – Ogun