Lagos State government has provided food relief in a bid to alleviate the effect of the partial lock-down on the good people of the state.
The governor of Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, had announced that all open markets and shops, except for sellers of food, medicines and life-saving equipment, must close for seven days from Thursday.
This is part of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Africa’s most-populous nation, which has 81 confirmed cases of Covid-19.
Any resident of the state who is in need of food support can walk into any of the Food Banks in all Local Governments and LCDAs with their face mask and gloves, where they will be given Food Packs containing basic food items and a pack of water for the family.
Lagos state has also set up temporary shopping channels: