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Restricted Movement For 60 And Above: All Citizens Above The Age of 60 Should Take Note Of This

Restricted Movement For 60 And Above: All Citizens Above The Age of 60 Should Take Note Of This

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For quite some months, the Federal government had declared lockdown, and enforced curfew on citizens in order to curtail the spread of Covid-19. All citizens have waited patiently on the government to rule out the lockdown. However, it is good to hear that the Lockdown has been finally ruled out.


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Following the elimination of the lockdown, PTF chairman, Mr Boss Mustapha has further expressed the need to live by Covid-19 saying, “basically, what the officials are doing is the much government can do. People have the responsibility to stay alive.

If beaches are open and other facilities are open, you have to take personal responsibility to wear your mask, maintain social distancing, wash your hands, and avoid physical contact and put sanitizers.

The responsibility is not for officials, but those stepping out of their houses”. We have gotten to the stage that every Nigeria must take responsibility, take ownership of how he or she navigates, the entire process to stay alive and survive it”


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However, the Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire has warned health institutions in the country against the rejection of COVID-19 patients, even as he warned persons above 60 years not leave their houses.

He said, “It is unethical to reject patients who come for treatment because of COVID-19. Be your brother’s keeper and wear your masks. Stay in your house and do not go out except when necessary. Persons above 60 years should be urged to not leave their houses” This information has to be taken seriously by all citizens.

Do you think strong people above 60 should be allowed to move out while the weak ones remain in their houses? Kindly give your suggestions in the comment section below.

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