Enugu State Covid-19 Restriction and Control Measures not Relaxed
The Enugu State Government, through the State Ministry of Information has stated clearly that there is no relaxation in restrictions and control measures put in place to contain the spread of Covid-19 in Enugu state.
This was disclosed by the Special Assistant to the Governor of Enugu State on Public Enlightenment, Rt. Hon. Awalu Kizito Paul in a group chat and was confirmed by the Enugu State Commissioner of Information, Hon. Nnanyelugo Chidi Aroh in a signed document dated 4th May, 2020.
The statement reads thus:
RE: COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS AND CONTROL MEASURES IN ENUGU STATE.
The Enugu State Government reiterates that all measures and regulations put in place for the control of the spread of the Covid-19 in the state remains in force until further notice.
2. It is pertinent to emphasise that all inter-state land borders remain closed as earlier directed except for medical emergencies and movement of essential goods and services.
3. Furthermore, the presidential directives on the compulsory use of face masks or coverings in public and the overnight curfew from 8pm to 6am takes effect immediately.
4. Ndi-Enugu are therefore encouraged to strictly adhere to these restrictions and control measures, in addition to maintaining physical distancing and good personal hygiene.
5. The State Government is presently consulting with all relevant Agencies and Stakeholders towards a comprehensive review of all measures put in place to curb the spread of COVID-19 and will address the state within the week.
Nnanyelugo Chidi Aroh MNIM, FIDRPN, ACarb
Enugu State so far has recorded 8 COVID-19 cases, 2 persons had long recovered and had been discharged while 6 cases are presently active.
In case of any suspected case of COVID-19 case, please call any of these numbers:
08182555550, 09022333833, or the NCDC on 080097000010