Coronavirus has continued to spread across the world with many people fearing for their lives. The government in countries plagued by the virus have advised people to stay in doors in order to curb the spread of the virus.
Even if human beings stock up their houses with all the essentials they need to survive during isolation, there are still certain things that people would need regardless of how much they stock up. This is because we need each other to survive.
However, needing each other does not mean we should not take precautions during this pandemic. People have been advised to to wear gloves, wash their hands regularly and sanitize regularly to avoid contracting the virus.
Nigerian crossdresser, Idris Okuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, has shown that he is one of the people following the rules laid down by health agencies to curb the spread of the virus.
In a recent video shared on his Instagram page, the crossdresser could be seen telling his housemaid and his hairstylist to wear masks, gloves and sanitize before entering his household.
According to the crossdresser, they cannot come into his house and give him coronavirus after he has stayed indoors following the rules given.
Meanwhile, in more news about coronavirus, it has been reported that Nigeria has recorded fourteen more cases. The Nigeria Centre For Disease Control made this known on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, via it’s official account.
In the tweet shared by the Nigeria Centre For Disease Control, fourteen new cases of coronavirus have been recorded with twelve in Lagos state while one was discovered in Abuja and another one in Bauchi.
Out of the twelve cases in Lagos state, six were detected on a vessel and three were returning travellers coming into Nigeria.
The Nigeria Centre For Disease Control said Nigeria now has 65 confirmed cases, 3 discharged and one died. A break down shows 44 in Lagos state, 12 in Abuja, 3 in Ogun state, 1 in Ekiti state, 1 in Oyo state, 1 in Edo state, 1 in Bauchi state, 1 in Osun state, and 1 in Rivers state.