Boss Mustapha, after meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari has disclosed some rules outlined by the the federal government to help curb the spread of COVID-19 as work sets to resume.
He made the announcement through the Federal Ministry of Health in accordance with the recommendation of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on Covid-19.
According to the health ministry, the guideline will help to limit the spread of Covid-19 virus and further assist in creating a conducive environment for workers.
“This guideline will help to limit the spread of COVID-19, by creating a safer work environment, thereby reducing the exposure of workers especially the elderly ones & those with other diseases, ” the health ministry said in a tweet on Tuesday, June 30.
The guidelines are as follows:
- Workers must always wear face masks in public and workplaces
- Workers’ temperature must be checked at the entrance of the workplaces.
- Workers must avoid elevators to limit close contact ad exposure to Covid-19. 4. Workers must use non-contact greetings.
- Workplaces must reduce staff capacities to 75% or less.
- Meetings must be held virtually if workers to attend are more than 10.
- Workers must maintain physical distancing all the time.
- Work stations must be disinfected before employees enter.
- Workers must not share work tools.
- Workers must eat home-made foods.
- Workers must maintain two meters when attending to customers.
The ministry enjoined all workers to follow the guidelines as efforts are being channelled towards ending the Covid-19 crisis in Nigeria.
This was disclosed on Monday, June 29, by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) and chairman Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19.