Central Nigeria: Online media outfits in Plateau State are currently tracking to refute fake information on the novel Coronavirus disease, LB gathers.

The online media union made of journalists and bloggers have formed a new alliance with government to fight the disease, it is learnt.

“We want to ensure that people are well informed about the disease – providing accurate data and feedback for a successful fight,” said an Official of the union, Mr. Friday Bako in a press statement on Wednesday.

Bako advised citizens to observe all government provided guidelines to guarantee public safety.

The State had closed all markets and nonfood/nonmedical stores in the bid to contain the virus.

Night clubs, pubs and all social gatherings, as well as public transportation have also been restricted.

The State has however not recorded any case of the corona virus disease yet.


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  2. […] The General public is aware of the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the entire Globe but it has been difficult getting Nigerians to adhere to the various parameters set by government to contain the spreed of the pandemic. Plateau State has not been left out in its fair share as citizens are not in full compliance given that the state is yet to record any case of the outbreak.     Plateau state Governor has said that “in view of the crowds associated with markets, government is directing all markets to close effective 25th March 2020. Only traders selling food items, pharmaceuticals and cooking gas are to remain open. In addition, all street trading, street hawking, and begging are prohibited. The weekly Sunday markets at Ahmadu Bello Way, Bukuru and environs are hereby banned” READ MORE […]


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