COVID-19: SIGNOR IDIEGE FACILITATES HAND WASHING, USE OF SANITIZER AT GAKEM BORDERLINE
In continuation of the lockdown of the State's borders which are entry and exit points into the State, the Commissioner for Youth Development and Skills Acquisition, Hon. Signor Omang Idiege in his ingenuity has facilitated the washing of hands and use of hand sanitizer around the border closure enforcement area.
Signor Idiege Inferred that although motorists are not allowed into the State, it is important that even the enforcement team maintain a high level of hygiene, which is part of preventive strategies against the spread of COVID-19.
The Commissioner who had earlier joined in sensitising the Gakem people on thorough hand washing and use of hand sanitizer, also stated that instituting hand washing and use of hand sanitizer at the Gakem border is so that pedestrians going to neighbouring Communities will be encouraged to imbibe the culture as part of activities to make them safe from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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