In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 26th, September, 2020

Revealed! See The Enormous Quantity Of Cash Folks Will Pay If They Violate COVID 19 Burial Protocol In Rivers

Revealed! See The Huge Amount Of Money People Will Pay If They Violate COVID 19 Burial Protocol In Rivers

In keeping with the state Commissioner for Well being, Prof. Princewill Chike, on Saturday, the financial sanction adopted the state’s govt council determination.

Nyesom Wike

Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike

In keeping with The PUNCH, the Rivers state Authorities has positioned N100m positive for violators of COVID-19 burials protocols within the state.

In keeping with the state Commissioner for Well being, Prof. Princewill Chike, on Saturday, the financial sanction adopted the state’s govt council determination.

Chike added that Native Authorities Council Chairmen throughout the state had been directed to make sure that burial protocols have been strictly adhered to of their respective domains.

He stated, “Public burials within the state stay as outlined by the gazette of the state stipulating that not more than 50 individuals must be allowed in burials in Rivers State.

“We additionally agreed that Native Authorities Chairmen must also help the burial committees to make sure that this deliberate directive of the Rivers State Government Council is carried to the letter. Each defaulter to those laws could be made to pay a positive of N100m.”

The Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, had earlier in June 2020 issued an govt order prescribing a N10m positive for anybody conducting a burial opposite to the provisions of the order.

A transfer supposed to test the unfold of the coronavirus within the state.

The gazetted order, RVSG –122020 stipulates that any individual intending to carry a public burial within the state or take any corpse outdoors the state for burial should apply to the Governor for approval via the state Commissioner for Well being.

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The order, which took impact from June 5 2020, additionally stipulates that any utility for burial of any individual that died from February 1, 2020 should be accompanied by a dying certificates exhibiting whether or not or not the dying was associated to COVID-19.

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