Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu has called out all residents of the state who patronized traders of fairly used clothes and shoes at Oja Oba market over the weekend to get tested immediately.
This was in regards to reports that over the week, a trader in the market, who fled Imo state to Ondo state after testing positive for COVID-19, was apprehended while selling her wares in the market.
“To this end, the following steps have been approved as our invigorated approach to the spread of the pandermic; All residents are encouraged to practise, more than before, social and physical distancing, use of facemasks, handwashing and travel restriction, All Premiership football viewing centres are hereby banned from operations until further notice, he said
“All religious organisations are to further ensure stringent implementation of the agreed guidelines for worship. All our earlier regulations about operations of the main and community markets will be revisited, in which case law enforcement agencies and the Governor’s Task Force will ensure full enforcement.”
Governor Akeredolu also thanked all religious leaders in the state for their courage and noble efforts at enforcing the precautionary measures agreed upon before reopening the worship activities.