READ THIS! Lagos Is NOT On Lock Down Over Coronavirus Outbreak (Full Details)

READ THIS! Lagos Is NOT On Lock Down Over Coronavirus Outbreak (Full Details)

Lagos Is NOT On Lock Down Over Coronavirus Outbreak

Lagos State Government has exposed a report that the state in on a lockdown following the mandate by the state senator, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, that some significant markets be shut down notwithstanding the mandate requesting government workers from level 1 to 12 to remain at home for quite a while as a measure to reduce spread of the lethal coronavirus, the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Gbenga Omotosho, has said that the state isn’t on lockdown.

In an announcement on Wednesday, the magistrate said the report is planned for undermining the endeavors of the state government, advising people in general to ignore it.

He stated:

“The consideration of the Lagos State Government has been attracted to news reports that Lagos is on lockdown following Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s report on the means taken to shorten the spread of Coronavirus.

“The impression made by such reports is incorrect; Lagos isn’t on lockdown regardless of the stringent measures presented by the legislature.

“Mr. Senator, who is the Incident Commander, just encouraged private area foundations to present estimates that will bolster the administration’s endeavors at abridging the spread of COVID-19.

“Representative Sanwo-Olu proposed that banks should upgrade their web based financial administrations to empower their clients have exchanges without visiting banking lobbies.

“All business sectors that are not selling nourishment, pharmaceutical items, water, clinical hardware and other basic materials are to shut down.

“Laborers offering basic types of assistance – Fire Service, Emergency, wellbeing, water, media transmission, security, media and others – are excluded from this order.

“The activities being acquainted by the legislature are with forestall any circumstance where in excess of 25 people will assemble in a similar spot whenever.

‘The Sanwo-Olu Administration is worried about the rising number of COVID-19 cases, thus it is receiving measures to guard inhabitants.

“The legislature will keep on assessing the circumstance, counsel different partners and make further declarations to check the spread of this deadly infection.

“Inhabitants ought to watch straightforward cleanliness measures, for example, washing hands with cleanser and water, covering mouth while wheezing or hacking and counseling a specialist when feeling sick. Anybody feeling unwell should remain inside.

“We ought to stay perceptive, determined and report every single associated case with COVID-19 through the crisis hotlines – 08000CORONA, 08023169485, 08033535529, 08052817243.”

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