Banks, others urged to decontaminate premises before resumption

Ogun State Government has appealed to banks and other corporate organisations to decontaminate their premises before the resumption of business activities in the state.
The state Commissioner for Environment, Abiodun Abudu-Balogun, said this on Sunday in a statement in Abeokuta.
Governor Dapo Abiodun had given the hint that his administration would soon ease the lockdown and allow business to begin within the state.
Abudu-Balogun explained that the decontamination became imperative because of the large number of customers and visitors that would be thronging the premises for transaction on a daily basis.
The commissioner added that the action would also complement the efforts of the government at flattening the curve of the pandemic in the state.
The statement partly read, “With the gradual easing of COVID-19 lockdown in Ogun-State, corporate organisations such as banks, industries, large and small scale enterprises in the state have been urged to decontaminate their premises ahead of resumption of some business activities.
“The organisations must follow the directives of the government during the pandemic on their premises through wearing of face masks by their workers and visitors, keeping social distancing and providing of hand washing materials and sanitizers.
“Feel free to contact the Ministry of Environment for assistance in decontaminating your premises and general environment if need be, so that together the coronavirus scourge can be defeated in the state.”

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