By Mashe Umaru Gwamna
Environmental Health Officer’s Registration Council of Nigeria (EHORECON) has warned that people should avoid overcrowded places during this festive period.
The Acting Registrar of Dr Baba Yakubu Muhammed, made the appeal at a press briefing on the Control of the Second Waves of the COVID-19 pandemic in Abuja.
He said that second wave of the COVID-19 seems deathly and what this means is that,as a nation we are doing all what it takes to strengthen our preventive services.
Muhammade said it has become more necessary to re-echo the need for Nigerian to adhere strictly to provisions of the COVID-19 control protocol as the main barriers of the virus spread .
He explained that, the honourable minister of environment has given immediate directives for the reactivation of all our resources to do intensive environmental surveillance and inspection by ensuring that public places and homes produces national ventilation process.
“Nigerians should use both artificial and natural ventilation in their public places, homes and abide by all covid -19 rules”,he said.
He also pointed out that this will go a long way in reducing the impotency of virus in order not to infect humans.
He used the opportunity to appeal to Nigerians to take the minister message seriously.