The Nigerian government has said that a second wave of lockdown will be considered depending on the level of compliance by Nigerians to the protocols given against COVID-19.
This was stated by the National Coordinator of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Dr Sani Aliyu.
He, however, said that the government has not yet decided on imposing fresh lockdown.
“The behaviour of the public when it comes to these rules matters. We have countries abroad that have very strict non-pharmaceutical intervention measures and everybody follows it.
“The flights are coming in, schools are open, churches are open, and they don’t have COVID-19 problems because everybody observes the rules.
“We definitely don’t want a lockdown and because we don’t want to lock down, we need to make sure we do everything we can to prevent ourselves from reaching that state where the government will have to take action,” he said.
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