● Normal lives possible despite COVID-19 – NYSC Coordinator

● Normal lives possible despite  COVID-19 – NYSC Coordinator

 Emma Elekwa, Onitsha

 

THE Coordinator, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Anambra State, Mr. Kehinde Aremu, on Saturday mentioned it was possible to proceed regular lives despite the prevalence of the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the world.

Aremu acknowledged this at the state Orientation Camp throughout a pilot assembly of the COVID-19 Prevention and Compliance Committee with the newly inaugurated COVID-19/Sanitation Vanguards.

He mentioned such a feat was achievable if solely Nigerians would abide by the security protocols laid down by the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

Aremu, who’s the Chairman of the COVID-19 Prevention and Compliance committee, knowledgeable the workforce that they’ve been saddled with duty of enlightening the camp group on the prevention in addition to imposing the compliance with COVID-19 security protocols.

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While stating the possible challenges they might face in the course of their duties, Aremu reminded the committee of numerous media by which the virus might be contracted and how it might be prevented.

He mentioned, “It’s possible to proceed regular lives despite the prevalence of the virus throughout the world if solely we abide by the security protocols laid down by the NCDC.

“We should insist on carrying our face masks, sanitising our fingers incessantly, cleansing of used surfaces and sustaining respectable social distance, preserving our surroundings tidy, amongst different issues.

The Coordinator additional urged the committee to provide all vital help to the Vanguards to assist them obtain the acknowledged targets, together with environment friendly sensitisation on the dangers of the virus and finest technique in direction of vigilance.

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