Restrict importation of materials, items that can contaminate coronavirus – Buhari, governors told

As people across the globe continue to provide solutions in the containment and spread of the deadly Coronavirus, some civil society organizations (CSOs) have urged President Muhammadu Buhari and state governors to restrict the importation of materials or items that can contaminate the disease.
The CSOs made this suggestion via a communiqué issued at the end of a day sensitization meeting on infection, prevention and control of Covid-19 for civil society organisations in Ibadan organised by civil society on HIV /AIDS in Nigeria (CiSHAN) held in Ibadan on Thursday.
Our correspondent reports that the sensitization meeting/ round table dialogue brought together selected representative of Civil Society Organisations to review progress so far on Coronavirus in Nigeria and Oyo sate.
The CSOs in the communiqué signed by Seun Onifade, CiSHAN Coordinator for Oyo State urged Nigerian government including state governors to with immediate effect, restrict the importation of materials or items that can contaminate coronavirus.
The CSOs, while urging the governments to increase the sensitization in order to avoid the myth and misconceptions, advised governments to monitor border towns and equipped them with non-invasive early detection equipment.

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