Lagos Traders reject fresh lockdown
Some traders at the Balogun Lagos Trade Fair Complex market on Monday expressed misgivings about the planned fresh lockdown by the state government to check the spread of Coronavirus pandemic.
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The traders, who expressed relief for the subsisting three-days-a-week trading period instead of total lockdown that was the situation some weeks ago, urged the government to speed up testing capacity to capture infected persons.
Source in Lagos reports that Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Sunday, threatened a fresh lockdown if people continued to flout the safety guidelines on ease of movement to control the rising number of infected persons.
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