Coronavirus: Sanwo-Olu distributes food items, Vitamin C to Lagos residents

The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has initiated the dissemination of sacks of rice, beans and Vitamin C to poverty stricken families to pad the stay-at-home request planned for handling the spread of Coronavirus.

Sanwo-Olu said the monetary improvement will lessen the weight of the brief financial emergency brought about by the COVID-19 scourge.

He expressed this after an on-the-spot evaluation of one of the state-possessed nourishment banks in Agege territory of the state, yesterday.

He clarified that the measure was to additionally urge individuals to remain at home to shorten the spread of the infection.

He focused on that the bundle was for needy and generally helpless in the general public, including that the individuals who depend day by day wages will be given need.

Sanwo-Olu stated: ”We are here for an on-the-spot appraisal, of our status, to perceive how we can quick track a portion of our boost bundle for our residents.

“These individuals are those that fall underneath the pyramid, the matured and the truly tested who need to move starting with one piece of the city then onto the next for them to have a living.

“We have bundled dry nourishment upgrade for around 200,000 families in the primary example for a family of spouse, wife and around four kids.

“We would be giving sacks of rice, packs of beans, garri, bread, dry pepper and we are attempting to check whether we can include water and a few components of nutrient C.

“Each apportion, we accept will be ready to last them at any rate least 14 days just so our promotion around remain at home, remain with your friends and family will be regarded.

“This is a reactant activity of our organization with the expectation that good natured corporate associations and private people can step up to supplement the endeavors of the legislature.”

Then the quantity of affirmed cases as unveiled by Nigeria Center for Disease Control, NCDC, remains at 81 with three individuals released and one demise recorded.