The Ogun State Government, on Saturday, decontaminated the entire state secretariat, in Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta, ahead of the partial resumption of workers’ on Monday.
This exercise was carried out by the State Ministry of Environment, to make the working environment safe for the civil servants directed to resume for duties from Monday.
It would be recalled that the State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, had ordered the workers to work from their respective homes, as part of measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease in the state.
The decontamination exercise was extended to the State House of Assembly Complex, as well.
Abiodun, had in his statewide broadcast to commemorate Workers’ Day, on Friday, announced that government businesses would be opened for just 30 per cent of the workers to resume in various ministries, agencies and parastatals.
They are to come to work only on window relaxation days and equally advised to adhere strictly to the rules of social distancing, use of face marks and provision of washing soap and water for regular handwashing.
He directed the State Head of Service, Mrs Amope Chokor, to put in place, modalities that will ensure that not more than the numbers report at their duty posts.
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