LIBERIA: Police Vigorously Enforcing the Wearing Of Nose Mask In Ganta, As Been Authorized By President Weah
From Musa Moore Sherman | GNN Correspondent in Nimba County |
Officers of the Liberia National Police (LNP) in the commercial City of Ganta, Nimba County have begun the enforcement of the wearing of nose mask has been authorized by the Liberian leader, President George M. Weah inclusive of the 30 state of emergency.
According to our Nimba County Correspondent, several vehicles and pedestrians were seen stopped by the police for inspection, this time not vehicle documents, but rather the visibility of people wearing masks.
Several vehicles were seen queued as police continue their assignment, as many commuters who spoke to the GNN expressed surprise of this latest development, apparently not being informed of the President’s mandate of the compulsory wearing of Face and Nose Masks, the observing of social distancing, and other health protocols.
Speaking to our Correspondent, some of the officers on assignment said the enforcement order comes from the Chief Executive, the Liberian presidency aimed at curtailing the deadly virus.