Executive Governor of Lagos, Babajide Sanwo-olu, places ban on gatherings and other functions over recurrence of the spread of Coronavirus
According to witties, a nation’s health is her wealth. That is to say, the prosperity of every nation-state starts with sheer success in ensuring healthiness. Just like food provision and security, good health is a matter of general importance. More of which is a burden on the necks of the ordinary individual and their governing councils. For instance, the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus in Nigeria earlier this year paints a clearer picture on national health. To every individual and entity, the will to keep up healthily, with or without medicare facilities becomes a priority. Likewise, the period also help build a sense of responsibility for all, particularly for heath officials in the frontline.
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According to Vanguard news, The Executive Governor of Lagos, Babajide Sanwo-Olu said:
” Due to coronavirus, all places of worship (churches, mosque, etc) must ensure that no gathering exceeds 50% of the maximum venue capacity.
Subsequently, social distancing should be maintained between seated or standing guests. Nose masks becomes compulsory for all, including guests and service providers.
Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu is an alumnus of the prestigious University of Lagos, the school of first choice and the nation’s pride.
In short, Premium Times also has it that Nigeria is witnessing a surging increase in the number of Coronavirus cases. This gives an indication that there is a need to keep safe, to prevent the spread. So, what do you feel should be done, a lockdown, country-wide vaccination or ………?