The governor of Lagos State Babajide Sanwo-Olu has said that curfew has not been declared in the state in reaction to coronavirus outbreak.
The idea to impose a curfew so as to allow for the fumigation of public spaces was dropped by the governor who revealed that the disinfectant used in the exercise is non-toxic.
Sanwo-Olu also announced the commencement of the exercise after revealing that the state now has the disinfecting machines.
He said: “I am pleased to note that we have taken possession of over 200 disinfecting machines, and starting today, we will be disinfecting all major highways, bus stops, markets, parks and other public areas.”
According to the governor who spoke during a live press conference, if there is a need for curfew, government will not hesitate to impose it.
Nigeria’s coronavirus cases have risen to 81 as at time of filing this report. Enugu State recorded two cases while the cases in Oyo State rise to three.
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