What Nigerians must do to avoid COVID-19 spread as economy re-opens

As govt offices, economy open today: What Nigerians must do to avoid COVID-19 spread

Government and economic activities resume on Monday amid fear of a spike as the federal government eases the lockdown imposed on the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Lagos and Ogun states that lasted five weeks to stem the spread of coronavirus.

Many of the remaining 34 states that took different measures to restrict movement have also keyed into the federal government’s template of directing civil servants from certain grade levels to resume work on Monday and granted banks, manufacturing and servicing companies to operate for certain hours daily.

The planned reopening of the Nigerian economy, just like what obtains in other climes has been trailed by mixed reactions with experts saying there would be a spike in COVID-19 infection in the event people refused to adhere to safety measures. They stressed that public compliance was critical to maintaining the gains of the five weeks long lockdown.

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