As the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, spreads across the nation, Nasarawa State has enforced certain restrictions in the state in a bid to contain the possible spread of the disease.
On its official Twitter handle on Wednesday, the Nasarawa State Government disclosed that it has placed restrictions on “Churches and Mosques; motor parks, markets and other social gatherings such as night clubs, naming ceremonies, marriages”.
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Nasarawa State Government has adopted enforcement of restrictions on large gatherings,
especially in Churches and Mosques; motor parks, markets and other social gatherings such as night clubs, naming ceremonies, marriages, among others.
— Nasarawa State Government (@NasarawaGovt) March 25, 2020
The governor of Nasarawa State, Governor Abdullahi A. Sule, has tested negative to the deadly coronavirus disease.
This was announced in a press released issued on the official page of the Nasarawa State Government on Wednesday, March 25.
The statement also revealed that although the governor tests negative to coronavirus, precautionary measures have been implemented and the governor is current under self-isolation in other reduce exposure to the disease.
The statement reads:
“This is to inform the general public that His Excellency, Governor Abdullahi A. Sule of Nasarawa State has taken the precautionary measure to self- isolate and work from home so as to reduce exposure to the COVID -19 virus.
“Engineer Sule had earlier invited the medical team to conduct comprehensive tests on his person and obtain samples. All results so far show that he is negative.
“The public will be kept abreast of any new developments as regards the health status of His Excellency, Abdullahi Sule.”