The recent pandemic disease in Nigeria have affected many things and it have spread to all the states in Nigeria. People are advised to be very careful and also, they are advised to protect themselves from the pandemic disease.
There are a lot of policies that the Federal Government of Nigeria have made in order to reduce the dissemination of the disease.
Some Civil servants in various states are still going to work despite the recent pandemic disease. They are expected to carry out their duties diligently.
These guidelines will definitely protect the civil servants from contracting this disease when they are in their work places.
Here are some of those medical guidelines provided by the Nigerian Center For Disease Control.
1) Everybody (Including civil servants) is expected to wear a face mask while in public places.
2) People should wash their hands regularly with hand sanitizer. This will help them to clean their hands if they are contaminated.
3) People should equally practice social distancing if they are in a crowded environment.
By strictly obeying these mapped out guidelines, they are helping the Federal Government Of Nigeria to conquer this pandemic disease.
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