Nigerian Celebs Self-Isolate During COVID-19

Nigerian Celebs Self-Isolate During COVID-19

If anyone can make the best of social distancing and self-quarantine, it would be celebs.

Several Nigerian celebrities are now in self-isolation. This came after the Government announced that they might have come in contact with a person that tested positive for coronavirus at the 2020 Africa Movie Viewers’ Choice (AMVCA); that held at the Eko Hotels & Suites on Sunday, March 14, 2020. The directive to self-isolate during COVID-19 came from the Lagos State Ministry of Health.

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Banky W and His Wife are also isolating right now [Pulse NG]

Celebrities Self-Isolate During COVID-19: What Are They Up To?

Once the message went out, Banky and his wife responded that they were already self-isolating. They also requested that their colleagues do the same.

Other celebs who joined the train are Waje, Denola Grey, Chigul, and many more. Have a look at some of their Instagram posts to see what they have been up to in self-isolation.

 

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Fav thing to do while we self isolate #tiktok #911whatsyouremergency – TokeMakinwa

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😁-😕 . For all the info you need, Whatsapp- +41798931892 Visit- https://www.who.int/ . #staysafe #isolate

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Hi everyone, I’ve officially teamed up with the communications support team at the NCDC ( Nigeria Centre for Disease Control ) @NCDCgov to spread accurate and verified information about the necessary steps to take during this COVID-19 or Coronavirus outbreak. : I will be updating my stories and highlights with infographics and direct swipe links to the NCDC page, so that we can all receive the same information. Please share this information so as many people as possible can see it. : Let’s take this seriously and be responsible. Every individual taking full responsibility and care, can help flatten the curve and save lives. I don’t want us to panic, but we do have to exercise discipline and acknowledge how real this is. Please take care of yourselves and each other . We will get through this. Be kind. Love always, DG

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Self-Isolate During COVID-19: Nigeria’s First Daughter Is Not Left Out

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One of Nigeria’s first daughters, who recently returned from the U.K., is in self-isolation because of the coronavirus, according to the country’s first lady.

“Earlier today my daughter returned from the UK being among the high burden listed countries of COVID-19,” Aisha Buhari tweeted without naming the daughter. “Based on the advice of the Hon. Minister Of Health, Presidential Task Force on COVID – 19 and that of [Nigeria Centre for Disease Control], she is on self-isolation, not because she displayed any symptoms of the COVID-19.”

“Please I urge all parents to do the same if possible as prevention is better than cure,” she added.

The first lady also announced she closed her office as a preventive measure.

“Similarly, I have shut down my office for two weeks with immediate effect while essential staff can work from home as a result of some staff who recently returned from the UK,” she tweeted.

The actions follow Nigeria’s first death from the virus that was confirmed on Wednesday.

Pulse NG

Also read: Covid-19: How To Survive A Lockdown In Nigeria

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