COVID-19: You Can Do Better, It’s Not About A Person Or Party – Cross River State Government To Critics

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By Archibong Jeremiah

The Cross River State Government has chastised its ‘COVID – 19 critics’ maintaining that instead of supporting, they tend to become a turn in the flesh.

The State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Betta Edu gave the lashing while rating Arthur Jarvis university Akpabuyo as the first to support the course.

According to her, the data the perceived ‘COVID-19 critics’ use in spreading “falsehood” can be channeled positively in safeguarding citizens and residents in the State against the pandemic.

She argued that the fight against “COVID-19 is not about a person or party”.

The Health Commissioner reiterated that the State has locked down its interstate boarders and until a case confirmed before doing same intrastate, for now it’s partial lock down.

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