Phased reopening of BNI Youth Centre

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On Thursday, 19th March, we temporarily closed our activities at the BNI Youth Center as a measure to prevent the spread and risk of exposure to COVID-19. Upon the relaxation of the lockdown and restriction on physical gathering, we are happy to announce the phased reopening of the BNI Youth Centre.
We would be open three times in a week; Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, and this would take effect from Tuesday 6th October 2020.
We remain committed to ensuring the safety and protection of the young people we serve. In view of this, we have put in place COVID-19 precautionary measures as advised by the government and the University.
A hand wash station for handwashing and sanitizing shall be provided.
Activities are only limited to counseling, mentorship meetings, and youth work consultancy.
We shall maintain the ‘No Face mask, No entry’ measure of COVID prevention.
Our events will be restricted to a maximum of 60 participants, and seats shall be arranged to maintain social distance.
All other events requiring a larger participant shall be delivered from our Virtual Youth Centre VYCE (www.virtual.bni.com.ng).
We also encourage you to abide by the guidelines and precautions set by health authorities such as the World Health Organisation WHO and the National Center for Diseases Control NCDC.
Thank you for your constant support and understanding.
For enquires, youth work consultancy and Counselling Contact; 08037469170

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