… urges restricted celebration at homes.
Federal Capital Territory Administration  FCTA, has warned residents, especially fun-seekers against violation of Covid-19 guidelines during the Valentine’s Day celebration.
The Head of Publicity, Enlightenment, and Advocacy of the FCT Ministerial Enforcement Taskforce on Covid-19, Ekharo Attah, said on Friday that the hydra-headed pandemic was still ravaging and calls for caution.
He, therefore, urged residents to celebrate with their loved ones at home and also avoid behaviors that could put them and others in jeopardy.
Attah noted that the Enforcement team would be fully out to ensure that the necessary protocols were followed,  and violators would be arrested and prosecuted.
Attah warned that “those who violate the Covid-19 protocols and guidelines would be arrested and charge to court while the properties where the violations are allowed to take place would be sealed up.”
According to him, “we know that some residents who could not enjoy Valentine’s Day last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic first wave may likely go overboard this year. We are watching strategic areas prone to abuses in the closing.”
He added that overcrowded public places and unnecessary parties should be avoided, so as to save the government the pains of emergency.
He further disclosed that Mobile Courts would be sitting to try violators of Covid-19 on Valentine’s Day.
“We implore residents to avoid crowded places, put on their facemasks,  keep physical distancing, and sanitize their hands frequently during the valentine’s season.”
 “Wild parties and overcrowded gatherings would not be tolerated as they super-spreaders of the virus. The FCT ministerial enforcement task force would be out in full operation”
He added, ” the mobile court would be sitting on Valentine’s Day to try arrested

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