It’s been over 5 months since the disturbing deadly virus called CORONAVIRUS have been on a hunt in Nigeria.
In no doubts, the virus is the most feared and deadly virus man have ever encountered.
So far in Nigeria, We have recorded over 40,443 confirmed cases, recovery status is 31,851, with death toll reaching 910.
In Lagos State alone is 15,355 confirmed cases, Recovered cases is 2,160, while the total death toll reached 192.
Recall that Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo – Olu announced the reopening of worship centers in the state from August 7 at 50% capacity.
He said that religious leaders must make available hand sanitizers, thermometer guns and ensure that social distancing is maintained.
The Governor said the state was going to monitor this for the next couple of weeks and see how compliance gets as things move along.
He also added to this that citizens aged 65 years and above are strongly advised not to attend these places of worship.
But the issue here is, the guidelines he labeled here isn’t going to work not just for the worshipers but it will also increase the toll of the confirmed case.
Nobody knows who have the virus on his/her body but still, they will still go to their various worship center and infect other people and when the victim gets home from worship He/She will bond the family with the virus and spread therefrom.
Notwithstanding the fact that there will be social disancing, it’s still not going to work as expected because, there’s no way people won’t shake hands, hug each other or even drink from the same bottle.
This is why we are Nigerians, we don’t listen to instructions. The social disancing won’t be there when people start going to pray, everyone knows each other and they great themselves and shake hands.
What we are trying to prove here is that, with the reopening of Mosques and Churches, is a no go area because the virus will keep on spreading.
So my fellow GossipNaijarians, What opinion do you also have to say about this and let us know in the comment section below 👇
God bless Nigeria.