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📢 UPDATE📢 The NCDC has published COVID-19 GUIDANCE FOR SAFE MASS GATHERINGS IN NIGERIA Read to learn: ⚫️What event planners should do to protect attendees ⚫️What you should know before attending any mass gathering
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Julia Bello-Schünemann Mar 16
Why not advise to cancel? Better safe than sorry. The cost of cancelling seems affordable versus the potential cost of not doing so.
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Mayowa Babatunde Mar 16
We need an updated travel advisory for international travel!
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MyNigeria.com Mar 16
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Kachi Mar 16
Restrict traveling in and out of most affected countries !!
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M Mar 16
What about (big) markets? Like Alaba international and co?
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Okpalagu Mar 16
Cancel mass gatherings all together. Other countries doing it don't have two heads
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Yemi Web Master Mar 16
You should be calling for a cancellation of large events. That's the proper safety guideline. Looks like you guys just want to create an opportunity for the virus to take root locally.
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Yemi Web Master Mar 16
We have seen what happened to other countries which weren't proactive, but have chosen to not learn from their errors. Ghana, on the other hand, is acting fast and proactively. We should be like them.
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safetycentric Mar 16
Good proactive measures by the ncdc. However , enforcement is needed sometimes for education to take its roots
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Adeyeni Ogunnaike Mar 16
What’s the point of washing hands when people are in such close proximity? Religious houses are still having their mass events🤦🏻‍♂️, is it until we can’t contain this thing before you guys do something. Welldone but.....
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Reward Davies Mar 16
Sad story
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