KADUNA: All Visitors To Government Offices Must Present Vaccination Cards
The Government of Kaduna State has said that visitors to government offices in the state must present their vaccination cards before entering any of their offices.
According to NAIRAMETRICS, the government of Kaduna State has insisted on the use of nose masks and compulsory observation of social distancing. Jamb Result
NAIRAMETRICS reports that this was disclosed in a statement by the Special Adviser on Media and Communications to the Governor, Mr Muyiwa Adekeye on Tuesday, in Kaduna.
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As reported by NAIRAMETRICS, parts of the statement reads;
“Visitors to government offices will need to present their vaccination cards.
“Given the limited supply of vaccines that are currently available, visitors that have not yet been vaccinated will, in the interim, be permitted entry upon presentation of evidence of registration with the state Ministry of Health for the purpose of vaccination.
Adekeye added that the Commissioner for health, Dr Amina Mohammed-Baloni, has announced that residents should register at the nearest primary health center for COVID-19 vaccinations so that the relevant authorities can easily contact them when more COVID-19 vaccines become available. Information Guide Nigeria
Adekeye stated, “This is in line with the forward campaign launched last year to help citizens adopt preventive measures as the state reopened, after months of lockdown”.
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