The population of the Littoral region of Cameroon have been prohibited from consuming food and drinks at their selling points as a means to curb the increasing rate at which the COVID-19 pandemic spreads in the region.
In a release signed by the Littoral Governor, Samuel Dieudonne Ivaha Diboua dated April 2, the population of the region is invited to take home every eatable and drinkable stuff they buy from their selling points.
This decision seeks to limit the unnecessary gathering of people in restaurants, commercial enterprises and drinking spots, a move that will ensure many stay home as much as possible to stop the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic.
In the communique, Governor Samuel Dieudonne Ivaha Diboua notes that forces of law and order and Administrative officials will have to ensure that this decision is respected.
The Littoral Governor is not the first to have taken this decision, his move follows suite that of the East and South West regional Governors who all did so within the framework of the implementation of Government’s COVID-19 restrictions.