COVID-19: Lagos warns Lagosians to adhere to prevention guidelines to avoid second lockdown.


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Lagos state government, on January 5 warned Lagosians to adhere to the COVID-19 guidelines to avoid second lockdown as the state struggle with COVID second wave.
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, appeal to Lagosians via his social media handle says Lagos is fast pushing towards the edge of going into second lockdown as the state recorded it highest number of infection in one day (712).
In his words;

There is an urgent need for us to be more circumspect in the way we live, interact and socialize with our friends and family. Many people are ignoring #COVID19 warnings and guidelines, thereby exposing themselves and others to the virus.

We are well into the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Yesterday, Lagos scarily recorded its highest number of infection in one day (712). We have already recorded a frightening spike in infection cases. This spike brings positive cases to a total of 32,720 in Lagos alone.

This second wave comes with severe symptoms, and the higher number of positive cases we detect, the higher number of casualties we’re bound to record. We do not want this, but for this to be avoided, we must be intentional and cautious.

We also do not want to go into another lockdown. It is important that you wear your masks, avoid crowded areas, wash or sanitize your hands regularly, and practice social distancing.

2021 will only work for us if we take #COVID19 seriously and follow the guidelines laid down by LSMOH

We simply cannot afford to be complacent at this time.”

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