Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu Said This While Briefing Newsmen On The Update Of The COVID-19 Management In The State On Friday.
Sanwo-Olu said that at this stage in the advancement of the coronavirus pandemic, assuming individual liability was currently more significant than any other time in recent memory.
He said that such moral duty was for self-assurance as well as for ensuring others, including friends and family.
As indicated by him, veil utilization is obligatory out in the open spots as a technique to control the spread of the infection.
”We are asking offices, business and commercial premises to refuse entry to any persons not wearing masks in line with the Presidential Task Force directive on ”No mask, no entry”.
”No mask, no service enforcement agencies will from this week charge defaulters to court, as the period of grace is now over.
”Dear Lagosians, please continue to wash your hands regularly. As much as possible, maintain social distancing, especially in public places.
”On our part as a government, we will continue to do everything possible to protect and uphold the health and wellbeing of the people of the state,” the governor said.
Sanwo-Olu further said that the state government was commited to scaling up testing and disengagement limit and implementing the rules gave.
”With regards to enforcement, we are increasing our focus and efforts in this area. As you all know, guidelines and directives are effective only to the extent to which they are complied with by the citizenry.
”The best laws and guidelines are of no use if they are disregarded by the people for whom they have been issued.
”Lagos State belongs to all of us. We must join hands to ensure that we defeat this virus,” he said.