For residents of Ondo State to gain entry into churches and mosques as well as other public institutions in the state, the government has directed that they must henceforth provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination.
According to the state government, the move was taken in order to ensure that residents of the state get vaccinated.
The decision was said to have been reached by the State Executive Council.
According to the Commissioner for Information and Orientation in the state, Donald Ojogo, the measure was part of the government’s effort to contain the spread of the Delta variant of the virus.
Ojogo disclosed that aside all existing protocols, all residents in the state must be vaccinated with effect from two weeks from now, stressing that after the expiration of the two weeks, evidence of vaccination will be the condition to access public places.