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The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), has barred unvaccinated staff from gaining entrance into its secretaria...

Author:Bolanle OlabimtanJanuary 17, 2022 1:39 PMThe Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has barred unvaccinated staff and visitors from its secretariat at Area 11, Garki.An enforcement team and security men manned the entrance of the secretariat as early as 7:00 am.

Staff and visitors who could not provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 were turned back.Some were seen at the entrance gates grumbling and begging to gain access.AdvertisementAddressing journalists, Ikharo Attah, senior special assistant on monitoring, inspection and enforcement to the FCT minister, said that the enforcement will be sustained to ensure maximum compliance.

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COVID-19: FCTA bars unvaccinated staff, visitors from offices Author: Bolanle Olabimtan January 17, 2022 1:39 PM The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has barred unvaccinated staff and visitors from its secretariat at Area 11, Garki.COVID-19: No data from Lagos as Nigeria records 267 fresh infections Author: Wasilat Azeez January 16, 2022 8:15 AM The country’s daily count of coronavirus infections recorded a decline on Saturday — with 267 cases in nine states and the federal capital territory (FCT).premises, shutting out all COVID-19 unvaccinated staff, as well as visitors.Nsikak Nseyen The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Monday, began enforcement of ‘no vaccination, no entry’ into the Area 11 Garki Secretariat.

An enforcement team and security men manned the entrance of the secretariat as early as 7:00 am. Staff and visitors who could not provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 were turned back.1 percent decrease over the past 24 hours — 352 new cases were confirmed on Friday. Some were seen at the entrance gates grumbling and begging to gain access. ADVERTISEMENT. Advertisement Addressing journalists, Ikharo Attah, senior special assistant on monitoring, inspection and enforcement to the FCT minister, said that the enforcement will be sustained to ensure maximum compliance. The agency, however, noted that the Saturday report included a backlog of infections from Delta and Ekiti states. He said pictures of vaccination cards on phones and photocopies will not be accepted. Some were seen at the entrance gates grumbling and begging to gain access.

According to Attah, an enforcement team has been stationed in the FCTA’s headquarters, secretariats, and departments to ensure compliance. Other states that recorded new infections include Gombe (17), Cross River (16), Enugu (13), Rivers (6), Ekiti (4), Kaduna (1), and Kano (1). Advertisement “We will be following up seriously on this and we have also warned people not to snap their card on the phone as we want to see the original card, don’t show us vaccination card on the phone,” he said. “We will be asking for identity cards and we would match the cards with your COVID-19 vaccination card so that you don’t bring someone else’s card as your own. Advertisement But with 97,546 cases, the state still sits at the top of the list with the highest number of confirmed infections.” The FCTA on January 11 issued a circular stating that it would bar workers from accessing their offices from January 17 if they are unable to show proof of their vaccination against COVID-19. . The death toll recorded on Saturday contains a backlog of two fatalities from Osun state. “We will be asking for identity cards and we would match the cards with your COVID-19 vaccination card so that you don’t bring someone else’s card as your own.