Coronavirus: FG May Ban Interstate Travel, Close Motor Parks

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The federal government of Nigeria has announced that it is considering banning interstate movement as a possible way of preventing the spread of the deadly coronavirus.

Lai Mohammed, the minister for information and culture who made this known at an ongoing media briefing, added that the closure of motor parks may also be considered.

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He made the comment in reaction to reports that the number of people who have tested positive to the deadly disease has hit 51.

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