Covid-19: Badaru closes Jigawa market for ignoring social distance order 

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Governor Muhammad Badaru Abubakar of Jigawa State on Tuesday, suspended the weekly Shuwarin Market in the state for disrespecting social distance order in the market.

The governor stressed that the disrespect to the protocols of COVID-19 at markets, viewing centres and ‎other social gatherings would no longer be tolerated.S

peaking on Tuesday at a press briefing held at the Government House, Dutse said the state is gradually overcoming the surge of the pandemic after non record of the disease despite intensive testing goings-on.

Badaru explained that the state has recorded impressive development on the fight against coronavirus, declaring that the impressive development has ‎made the government to ask officers from grade level 12 upward to resume to work starting from next Monday by adhering to the NCDC regulations.

The governor also commended Dangote Group for donating two ambulances to the state, while declaring that commissioners in the state have pledged 10% of their salaries in the fight against the pandemic in the state.

Governor Muhammed Badaru said the development has made the state task force on covid-19 to involve all the 19 general hospitals in the state to ensure a successful fight of the pandemic .

He explained that after the testing, samples would be transferred to the newly formed molecular laboratory for the results.

The governor also declared that the impressive development has ‎made the government to ask officers from grade level 12 upward to resume to work starting from next Monday by adhering to the NCDC regulations on association.

He commended Dangote Group for donating two ambulances to the state government, declaring that commissioners in the state have pledged 10% of their salaries in the fight against the pandemic.

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