Ayade in an announcement gave by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Christian Ita on Friday said given the influx of individuals into the state since the borders are open, it will be incomprehensible for the state to stay liberated from the infection.
Accordingly, he spoke to inhabitants of the state to cling carefully to wellbeing protocols as a method of shielding themselves from the infection.
While expressing gratitude toward the individuals of Cross River for the deliberate recognition of preventive measures for COVID-19 reeled out over the most recent few months, he encouraged them to be more watchful now than any other time in recent memory.
“Now that our state borders are open, this is the time to be more vigilant. We need to be more careful because we expect the state to start recoding coronavirus cases.”
“With the easing of restrictions and the opening of borders and airports, it is actually time for us to be more proactive and adhere strictly to safety protocols,” he said.
The representative, nonetheless, guaranteed that the state government will work more diligently to protect the state as could be expected under the circumstances.
“We will intensify our no mask no movement policy and other policies meant to keep our people safe. It is time for us to increase our vigilance.
“As a state, we will never go to sleep. The government will stay awake so that our people can sleep in peace,” it concluded.