The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has advised universities on strict compliance with COVID-19 protocols to ensure the safety of students and curtail the spread of the virus on campuses.
Schools will soon open, but the Nigerian Medical Association has advised schools and universities on the measures to be taken under school resumption. Schools should adhere to the the COVID-19 measures as instructed by the body. All universities will undergo thorough check to ensure that this things are ready to enhance the reopening of schools.
Protocols are given to each University to ensure the proper opening of school. This are the protocols that we enhance the proper stay of students in the campuses and lectures. Each University should ensure that those protocols are duly put in to consideration before school will be open.
The chairman of the Kwara state association, Professor Baba Issa made the call on Monday when he visited the Vice Chancellor of the University of Illorin , Professor Sulyman Abdulkareem in his office. This is one of his call that shows great concern on Nigerians. The visit went with a proper discussion between them. Schools will be open but with a proper adherence to COVID-19 guidelines and regulations.