COVID-19 Vaccination: FCT Restricts Entry Into Public Facilities

1/17/2022 3:49:00 PM

COVID-19 Vaccination: FCT Restricts Entry Into Public Facilities

COVID-19 Vaccination: FCT Restricts Entry Into Public Facilities

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has commenced the enforcement of the 'No Vaccination Card

 The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has commenced the enforcement of the ‘No Vaccination Card” restriction or “Proof-of-Negative-Test-Result” for entry into public facilities.The enforcement exercise which commenced on Monday comes more than a month after the Federal Government gave its own directive.

As early as 8:00 a.m., security personnel was seen manning checks at the gate of the FCTA Secretariat at Area 11 to ensure compliance.Only civil servants with vaccination cards were allowed access into the facility.READ ALSOLagos Records Backlog Of Eight COVID-19 Deaths As Nigeria Confirms 301 New Infections

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Staff is being asked to show his vaccine card before entry into the public facility   The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has commenced the enforcement of the ‘No Vaccination Card” restriction or “Proof-of-Negative-Test-Result” for entry into public facilities.He said that 13,895,199 doses of vaccines need to be administered for the state to achieve its herd immunity target.Channels Television   Updated January 15, 2022 Nigeria supporters cheer during the Group D Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2021 football match against Egypt at Stade Roumde Adjia in Garoua on January 11, 2022.Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed three deaths on Saturday, and 267 new infections reported across eight states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

The enforcement exercise which commenced on Monday comes more than a month after the Federal Government gave its own directive. As early as 8:00 a. Also, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said that the majority of people admitted to hospitals around the world were unvaccinated.m. Every night, hundreds of fans mass with a beer in their hands in front of screens in bars to watch and talk about the matches., security personnel was seen manning checks at the gate of the FCTA Secretariat at Area 11 to ensure compliance. WHO said that everyone must do their part to protect. Only civil servants with vaccination cards were allowed access into the facility. According to the NCDC data, Nigeria’s infection toll now stands at 250,628, while the discharged cases increased to 223,765.

READ ALSO Lagos Records Backlog Of Eight COVID-19 Deaths As Nigeria Confirms 301 New Infections Many civil servants were seen hanging around outside the Secretariat as they were barred from entry. “I went to the stadium on Monday. The Senior Special Assistant to the Minister of FCT on Monitoring and Enforcement, Mr. Attah Ikaro, said the exercise became necessary to ensure that the spread of the infection in the FCT is curtailed. He said the FCT did not begin enforcement on December 1st, 2021 when the Federal Government began its enforcement because it wanted to give time to the civil servants to get vaccinated. Yet the vast majority of Cameroonians appear to ignore mask-wearing recommendations and there is much resistance to the idea of being vaccinated — only six percent of the population aged over 18 has officially been inoculated. He said, many, however, refused to comply, hence the need for the commencement.

Some of the civil servants alleged that they were not notified about the enforcement exercise and were taken unawares. Mr. Apart from the opening game last Sunday between Cameroon and Burkina Faso at Yaounde’s Olembe Stadium and the meeting of Nigeria and Egypt in northern city Garoua, crowds have been extremely sparse. Ikaro, however, denied the allegation, insisting that adequate notice was given to the civil servants. FCT has the second-highest figure of COVID-19 cases in the country with over 27,800 confirmed infections and 241 deaths recorded as of January 17, 2022. Security personnel block the entrance following the commencement of the no vaccination, negative test result into the premises More on Headlines . “I don’t understand why a negative test is not enough to get into the stadium,” complains Cyrille in Bafoussam, as he insists he will watch upcoming matches on television with his friends.