Lagos, Nigeria’s Coronavirus epicenter, has entered the third wave of the deadly virus. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu made the announcement during a…
Lagos, Nigeria’s Coronavirus epicenter, has entered the third wave of the deadly virus.
On Sunday, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu announced this at a press conference in Lagos.
He stated that the state will do everything possible to prevent a large-scale outbreak, threatening to imprison travelers who do not provide a phone number where they can be reached.
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“Fellow Lagosians, It is necessary to provide you with an update on the Coronavirus pandemic situation in Lagos State, as well as our ongoing response as a State Government.”
“The second wave of the COVID19 pandemic in Lagos State began to wind down around the end of March 2021, and we began to enjoy some respite from the virus’s worst effects.
“This allowed us to further open up the economy, allowing us to begin the journey back to full normalcy in our lives and the pursuit of livelihoods after a particularly trying year. Regrettably, despite the hard work and dedicated efforts over the last three months to maintain the return to normalcy, we are now in what appears to be the beginning of a potential third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Lagos State.”
Details will be provided later…