Coronavirus: Pharmacy takes precaution against disease as customers maintain social distancing

Coronavirus: Pharmacy takes precaution against disease as customers maintain social distancing

- Since the outbreak of coronavirus, government and individuals have been taking preventive measures against the deadly disease

- Private sectors are not exempted as everyone is united against the common enemy of the world

- Several boxes were drawn on the floor in front of a pharmacy in Ibadan where people can queue and be a few metres away from one another

A pharmacy in Ibadan, Oyo state, has put in place a preventive measure against coronavirus pandemic by letting its customers maintain social distancing. notes that some pictures circulated on social media in which customers of Kunle Ara Pharmacy stood in white boxes drawn on the floor in front of the pharmacy.

The customers stood a few metres away from one another.

In other news, a Nigerian man falsely accused to be the driver that drove the first case of coronavirus in Nigeria to Ogun state has said he almost took his own life when the fake news circulated online.

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The man whose real name is Ikuenobe Jude said the fake news circulated because people wanted to tarnish his image.

Jude was identified in the fake news as Adewale Isaac Olorogun and his picture was accompanied with it.

Sharing his ordeal with BBC, he said nobody wanted to move close to him after the fake news was everywhere.

The picture used for the fake news was from a Buzzfeed article about Jude's experience with modern-day slavery.

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Meanwhile, previously reported that the general overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, Pastor Daniel Olukoya, closed down churches in Lagos and Ogun states and declared 30-day fasting.

This directive was in response to the coronavirus pandemic that the world is currently battling with.

The church was complying with the directives of the Lagos and Ogun states governments banning all religious meetings and gatherings of more than fifty worshippers as an urgent measure taken to curtail coronavirus.

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According to a statement by MFM, no services, including deliverance ministrations must hold in any of its branches at all levels in the affected states till further notice.

All house fellowship meetings at any of the centres were also postponed till further notice.

The 30-day personal prayers by members will begin from Sunday, March 22 to Monday, April 20. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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