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National Fire Fighters On COVID-19 Awareness Campaign

In an effort to help curtail the spread of the Coronavirus in the country, the Liberia National Fire Service (LNFS) over the weekend launched its awareness campaign aimed at informing the citizenry about the reliability of the virus.Officially launching the campaign on Broad Street in Monrovia, the LNFS Director, Cllr. Alex K. Dickson, said that his institution’s decision to embark on the awareness campaign was triggered by the Ministry of Health (MoH’s) frantic efforts being exerted in combating the virus.
He noted that due to the deadly nature of the virus, it was prudent enough for his team to join the MoH and other Liberians and inform them about the danger of the virus.
According to him, he was shocked to hear the amount of deaths that have occurred globally, especially in advanced countries like America, Italy are all falling prey to the virus.
According to Cllr. Dickson, and judging from what is happening around the world, it is time for the entire country irrespective of anyone political affiliation or religious backgrounds to stand with the government in defeating the virus.
He added that it would be important if all citizens abide by the health protocols instituted by the MoH for the safety of all, noting that the issue of hand washing is very important for all and sundry.
Cllr. Dickson alluded that the issue of any citizen not going to church is against his or belief but instead meant to keep the entire country safe, averring, “LNFS says that it is good to sell but it is also good to be careful in whatsoever you do.”

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