Covid 19: Stay Safe

Over the past couple of weeks, it’s become clear that the world is facing an unprecedented challenge where we must all come together to achieve a common goal and Nigeria is not left out.

With 8 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus disease that has been recorded across different states, we must continually take the necessary precautions to avoid an outbreak of this pandemic.

While we send our sympathies and heartfelt wishes to those affected by the virus, both directly and indirectly and wish them a speedy recovery, we urge you to take adequate precautions to protect yourself and loved ones from the unfortunate incident that has enveloped the globe.

As you might already know, the World Health Organization has released basic protective measures against the virus, some of which include, but not limited to washing your hands regularly, refraining from touching your eyes, nose, and mouth, practising respiratory hygiene, social distancing, avoiding handshakes, among many others.

And with the new cases that were announced yesterday with several other news of schools, religious gatherings and social event shutting down, we understand that all this information could lead to a state of  panic steaming from a place of fear but it’s more important to take extra measures to stay safe.