Imo state government orders civil servants 45 years and above to work from home

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Imo State government has asked civil servants of forty-five years and above to work from their homes as part of the measures to prevent the spread of Coronavirus in the state.

Speaking in Owerri the state capital, Governor HOPE UZODINMA directed that all night clubs, pubs and restaurants be closed down till further notice.


The Governor said only people on essential services that are within this age brackets will be encouraged to come to work just as he promised to support them with programmes that will ensure that the virus does not affect them.


Governor Uzodinma disclosed that the government has procured over one thousand cartons of hand sanitizers to be distributed at Ministries, Departments and Agencies of government as well as local government offices.


The governor explained that the move is necessary to ensure that there is no outbreak of the coronavirus disease in the state.

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