Governor Fintiri expresses concern over new wave of corona virus

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has expressed concern over the new wave of Coronavirus spread in Nigeria which health authorities maintain is covering more areas and affecting more people than before.
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By Muhammad B Muhammad

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has expressed concern over the new wave of Coronavirus spread in Nigeria which health authorities maintain is covering more areas and affecting more people than before.

Governor Umaru Fintiri is therefore putting the State on notice of possible new restrictions adding that Government is not leaving anything to chance at tackling the spike of the Pandemic that has been reported across Nigeria.

The Governor in a statement by his spokesman, Mr Humwashi Wonosikou said with the confirmation that Nigeria is experiencing the second wave of coronavirus Pandemic that changed developments across the world for much of the year twenty-twenty declared that government has resolved to ensure that citizens observe the protocols for prevention of COVID-nineteen for their own good.

While regretting the toll of the disease on the economy and social activities, he assured that Government intends to keep businesses open as nobody would wants to go through another round of total lockdown.

The governor advised the people to adhere strictly to various measures to counter the spread of COVID- nineteen in the State stressing that best thing for both Public health and the economy is for residents to respond to the measures necessary to stem the tide of COVID- nineteen spread.

Governor Umaru Fintiri particularly cautioned residents to ensure use of face mask, avoid crowded places, observed frequent washing of hands and use of sanitizers, while also adhering to social distancing and avoiding un-necessary travels.

The Governor maintained that Government will need the cooperation and support of social club owners, event centres and those operating businesses at night at this time of the second wave of coronavirus Pandemic, urging them to ensure that they close by ten o’clock at night in the morning in the interest of the public as Government works hard to halt the spread of the virus.

He sought the understanding and cooperation of the people to stop the spread of the virus while wishing a prosperous year twenty-twenty.

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