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Markets Not Selling Food, Drugs, Water, Drugs Will Be Shut Down – Sanwo-Olu

Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-olu

Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-olu

Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has come out to say that the state is not on lockdown yet because of the spread of the coronavirus.

His Information Commissioner, Gbenga Omotosho made this clarification today.

According to him, reports saying otherwise is false and erroneous despite the stringent measures introduced by the government.

He added that only markets that are not selling food, pharmaceutical products, water, medical equipment, and other essential materials are to close down while workers providing essential services like Fire Service, Emergency, health, water, telecommunication, security, media can continue working.

“The attention of the Lagos state government has been drawn to news reports that Lagos is on lock-down following Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s update on the steps taken to curtail the spread of coronavirus. The impression created by such reports is erroneous; Lagos is not on lock-down despite the stringent measures introduced by the government,”

“Mr. Governor, who is the Incident Commander, only urged private sector establishments to introduce measures that will support the government’s efforts at curtailing the spread of COVID-19.

“Governor Sanwo-Olu suggested that banks should enhance their online banking services to enable their customers have transactions without visiting banking halls.

All markets that are not selling food, pharmaceutical products, water, medical equipment and other essential materials are to close down.

“Workers providing essential services – Fire Service, Emergency, health, water, telecommunication, security, media and others – are exempt from this directive.

“The initiatives being introduced by the government are to prevent any situation where more than 25 persons will gather in the same place at any time.

“The Sanwo-Olu administration is concerned about the rising number of COVID-19 cases, hence it is adopting measures to keep residents safe.

“The government will continue to appraise the situation, consult various stakeholders and make further announcements to check the spread of this lethal disease.

“Residents should observe simple hygiene measures, such as washing hands with soap and water, covering their mouth while sneezing or coughing and consulting a doctor when feeling ill. Anyone feeling unwell should stay indoors.”

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