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Lagos tops the chart with eleven of it councils recording the highest number of cases in the country. As at 2nd june 2020, Mainland had recorded 1,274 cases whilst Muashin follow closesly with 458 cases. Other councils with similar numbers include;

Eti-Osa (403)

* Alimosho (239)

* Kosofe (175)

* Ikeja (168)

*Oshodi/Isolo (132)

* Apapa (131)

*Lagos Island (111)

* Amuwo Odofin (129)

* Surulere (110)

Outside Lagos, the other councils are:

· Abuja Municipal (536)

· Tarauni (248)

· Katsina (242)

· Maiduguri (167)

· Dutse (170)

· Nassarawa (152)

· Oredo (126)

· Bauchi (114) and

· Ado Odo/Ota (107)

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According to the Chairman of the Presidential Task Force, 18 local government out from the 774 local government that are considered hot spot zone since their numbers make up 60 percent of the recorded 24, 077 infections

“For the precision lockdown, we have identified 18 local governments out of the 774 local government that is considered to be high burden with this infection and they account for 60 percent of 24, 077 infections.
“The reason for the precision lockdown is to place specific measures that will be administered by state governments and local authorities. It is not for the federal government, it’s the responsibilities of states and local authorities.”


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Coordinator of the PTF Dr Sani Aliyu added that;

“Some of these local government areas have issues to do with their location and the fact that they do not have defined borders. We will be sending out clarification as soon as we finish this piece of work. The restrictions of movement in these local government areas are only one of several interventions we are putting in place in terms of the hotspots.

“There will be precision targeting in these areas not only to increase testing but also to improve isolation, to make sure that we do a lot of risk communication and public awareness activities. So, cessation of movement is only part of it. And in some of the local governments, it may be impracticable to do so. We already know some local government where it may be impossible to do this.

“Overall, what we are trying to do is to put out the small fires across the country rather than trying to fight raging fire across the whole country which will be very difficult and will also be draining economically for us.”


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