COVID -19: Ogun urges banks, corporate organisations to decontaminate premises

The Ogun State Commissioner for Environment, Hon. Abiodun Abudu-Balogun has advised banks and other corporate organisations across the state, to decontaminate their premises, with the gradual easing of COVID-19 lockdown in the state.

Abudu-Balogun in a statement said this development became necessary because of the large volume of customers and visitors that visit their premises for transactions.

He noted that the step would help in complementing the state government’s efforts at flattening the curve of the pandemic in the state.

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The commissioner thanked them for their support towards the state government and their host communities through the donation of medical interventions and palliatives.

He said they would complete the circle of the war against COVID-19 by decontaminating their premises to help stop the spread of the pandemic.

The Commissioner also urged them to enforce government directives on the pandemic at their premises through wearing of face masks by their workers and visitors, keep social distancing and provision of handwashing materials and sanitizers.

While enjoining them to contact the Ministry for assistance in decontaminating their premises and the general environment if need be.

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