Ondo state Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has disclosed plans to meet with worship leaders on the re-opening of worship centers as the state records successes in the battle against coronavirus.
Giving this indication at his weekly COVID-19 briefing, Governor Akeredolu revealed that he will be meeting with religious leaders and other stakeholders within the state to map out ways to resume activites at worship centers.
Promising to hasten up consultation with relevant stakeholders , Governor Akeredolu revealed that 13 of the 20 cases recorded in the state has recovered while six are still receiving treatment.
Praising the state’s health workers for doing a great job, He further revealed that the statistics revealed that state health workers are working tirelessly to save lives.
He however expressed concerns on the issue of interstate impotation and community transmission of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.
“The implication is that having been infected, she might also have come in contact with others thereby enlarging the circle. This is what community transmission means. It is dangerous, deadly and undesirable. We must therefore all collaborate to stop the threat.
“I wish to admonish all residents of Ondo state to remain vigilant and dedicate themselves to community care by reporting all suspicions to our health workers and our rapid response team available on the specially designated toll-free numbers,” Governor Akeredoul said