Oyo Takes Action as Coronavirus Stumble the State with 84 New Suspected infections.

Oyo Takes Action as Coronavirus Stumble the State. The  Oyo State COVID-19 Security and Enforcement in joint collaboration with the rest of the world have taken on a fight against the spread of Coronavirus.  This operations is set to enforce law  at club houses, special gathering  and public places in Ibadan and every part of the state. The Executive Chairman, OYRTMA, Dr. Akin Fagbemi, distributed protective tools to the officers such as hand gloves, portable sanitizers, face masks and thermometers. Fagbemi charged the committee members to be professional in the exercise and respect fundamental human rights in the course of the operation.

He said: “The Oyo State COVID-19 Security and Enforcement sub-committee is made up of Oyo State Road Transport Management Agency and other security agencies and we have begun a special night monitoring and enforcement of Oyo State government’s directive aimed at curbing the spread of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) among residents, particularly through transport operators, night clubs and other public places.”

 OYRTMA  deployed over 200 men and officers to join the COVID-19 Taskforce Health Advisory Sub-committee to embark on public enlightenment at markets and public places within Ibadan. The campaign was tagged: “Break in the chain of transmission campaign on COVID-19.”

Oyo Takes Action as Coronavirus Stumble the State

Residents, who claimed ignorance of the anti-coronavirus guidelines issued by government, however, pledged to become ambassadors against the spread of the deadly virus.

Oyo State has recorded more confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 which led to a directive of a dusk to dawn curfew (7p.m. to 6a.m.) and suspension of interstate transportation into and out of the state with effect from Sunday night (March 29th, 2020) by Governor Seyi Makinde.

As reported by PUNCH Newspaper; The Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde, has ordered a dusk-to-dawn curfew in the state after two new confirmed cases were confirmed and 84 new suspected infections discovered.

Makinde also gave a directive that no public place or gathering should harbour above 10 persons at a time.

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