Covid-19: Ekiti state Govt charged residents to court for violating the use of face mask.
By Donramsco | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 850 views
The Ekiti state government has began enforcement of the use of face mask today, Monday, July 20, 2020.
The enforcement of the use of face was announced on social media, radio and television programme following the increment in coronavirus cases in the state.
But some residents didn't adhere to the use of the face mask. Most of the residents that violate the use of face mask has been charged to court and even some are to face penalty.
The enforcement of the use of face mask was introduced in order to the spread of coronavirus in Ekiti. Since last four days Ekiti have been recording new cases of coronavirus which it has to be stopped.
Ekiti recorded two new cases of coronavirus on July 19, 2020 as the total confirmed cases of coronavirus in the state increased to 86.
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