Coronavirus: Kaduna correctional service suspends visits to centres

The State Command of the Correctional Service of Nigeria, Kaduna has suspended visits to the centres as part of measures to prevent the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus disease at the centres(prisons) across the state.

The Controller of the Correctional Service in the state, Sanusi Mu’azu Danmusa disclosed this to newsmen on Tuesday.

According to him as part of measures to prevent the outbreak of the disease, visitation at the Correctional facilities in Kaduna State has been temporarily suspended in order to discourage contact between visitors and inmates at the correctional centres.

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The controller added that water and sanitizers have equally being provided, as well as thermometres to visitors.

Danmusa further stressed that sick persons are also temporarily banned from entering the Correctional Service facilities in an effort to prevent the spread of the virus.

He, therefore, appealed to the Head of other centres (prisons) across the state to do the same as part of measures to curtail the spread of the virus.

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