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Covid-19: NIMASA Picks Two Days To Receive Only Directorate Visitors

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Following Federal Government’s directives in a memo issued from the Office of the Head of Service of the Federation, which stated that all nonessential Public Servants on Grade Level 12 and below should stay and work from home, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) today asked staff of the Agency within the category to comply with the directive as a measure to curtail the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Subsequently, all visits to the Agency are restricted to Tuesdays and Thursdays between 12noon and 2pm only, for visitors of Assistant Directors and above.
However, shipping companies, agents as well as other critical stakeholders who transact with operational departments and units of the Agency are exempted from this condition.
The Executive Management led by the Director General, Dr. Bashir Jamoh also directed all Heads of Departments, Units and Zonal Coordinators to identify some essential staff who will be on duty in their locations on a rotational basis for the next couple of weeks, in order not to totally halt the operations of the Agency until the situation improves.
The media and others can reach the Agency on the various online platforms, such as; www.nimasa.gov.ng, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @nimasaofficial among others.
The Management further advised all members of staff that traveled to countries with high incidences of COVID-19 recently to self-isolate for 14 days and inform the NIMASA Search and Rescue Base (SRBC) Clinic for close monitoring.
The Agency equally advised all staff and citizens to familiarize themselves with the much publicized precautionary measures on COVID-19, such as a high level of hygiene, social distancing, avoiding large gatherings, frequent washing of hands, among others.

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