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BREAKING: Lagos Government Asks Civil Servants To Stay At Home For Two Weeks Over Coronavirus



 

The Lagos State Government has asked public officers to stay at home for 14 days as part of measures to curb the spread of Coronavirus in the country.

The stay-at-home order affects officers from Grade level 1 to 12. 

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu gave the order on Sunday during a statewide address.

Nigeria has recorded 28 confirmed cases of the pandemic, raising fears of a further spread.

The situation has forced several state governments to take stringent measures including closing schools and restricting public gatherings.

International flights into Nigeria have also been suspended to curb the spread of the virus. 

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9 Comments
  1. Kogan200095 says

    By asking people to stay at home is that the government is granding them or something it’s just for their own safety against this dreadful vorus

  2. Gusty1796 says

    That’s nice shaa, but hope they’re gonna be paid their normal salaries…. at least it will help curb the spread.

  3. Kantics67 says

    This is a good idea by the Lagos State government. Safety first before any other business

  4. Chi1204 says

    That is a nice decision ok the part of the Lagos State government

  5. samoladiplenty12349 says

    This is a good decision made by the Lagos State government At Least for a start. We go soon upgrade too.

  6. Odere63 says

    This is a very rational decision by the governor. And it is quite impressive that other governors are taking after him.

  7. Cuteempire26 says

    Nice very interesting and wonderful I loved it it was helpful to me

  8. Cuteempire26 says

    Nice very interesting and wonderful I loved it it was helpful to meand my friends

  9. Johnson1059 says

    This is a very nice strategic by the government and it quite impressive that other governors of the state are following the same direction

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