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BABAJIMI BENSON MHR: A NOTE OF CAUTION ON THE SECOND WAVE OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC ~ INN Nigeria

I bring you good tidings this 2021 and pray our innermost desires and silent prayers are answered, while we await the actualisation of our prayers, I beg of us to be conscious of the prevailing virus ravaging us and straining our healthcare sector.

I know by nature we revere in festivities but the times we are, calls for caution.
As of January 9, 2021, Nigeria had recorded 99,063 cases and sadly 1350 deaths. Of these cases, 35,448 were recorded in Lagos State
with 249 deaths.

The second wave of Coronavirus is real and more potent than envisaged.
Everybody close to you risks complications from #COVID19 infection, especially those with underlying health conditions.

So to keep #COVID19 at bay, we need to protect ourselves by wearing a mask, washing our hands with soap and water regularly if possible or use alcohol based sanitizers and maintaining proper social distance.

I salute the continuous effort of Mr. Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, and our frontline workers who are ensuring that our people get the best treatment across the health facilities in the state.

No doubt, with a concerted effort and determination to win this fight, we shall see the end of the virus.

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