Governor Obaseki set to ban unvaccinated people from large gatherings.

Edo state governor, Godwin Obaseki, has stated that from the second week of September, people who haven’t received their dose of the Covid-19 vaccine would not be permitted in large gatherings.

He made this statement as the country begins another round of vaccination against the deadly virus, and in order to prevent another wave of the virus.

Centres for administration of the vaccines have been released, and Nigerians have been advised to get vaccinated and save their lives and that of others. With the outspread of the virus and its latest deadly variant, the country is set to make sure everyone is vaccinated.

Knowing that so many people would turn deaf ears to this instruction, the governor has decided to ban such people from churches, banking Halls, and every other place where people gather in large numbers.

He added that appropriate security personell would be put in place to make sure that this order is followed to the letter. There would be a “no vaccine certificate, no entry” rule enforced as from the second week of September in Edo state.

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