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Barrow requests support from politicians, CSOs

Mar 31, 2020, 12:52 AM

President Adama Barrow has called on all political party leaders and civil society organisations to work with Government in the fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic in the country.

He emphasised that all efforts and cooperation during these trying moments is appreciated. “I urge all of us to take the pandemic as a serious threat which requires all our collaborative and cooperative efforts to overcome,” he said.

Mr. Barrow also encouraged everyone to cooperate fully with the health and security authorities so that measures adopted to stop the spread of the coronavirus can be effective.

He said that requires maintaining high personal hygiene standards that include regular hand washing, avoiding hand shaking, observing social distancing and all other regulations and measures necessary to fight COVID-19.

Author: Pa Modou Cham

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