Lagos State Government said that it has adopted internationally-accepted safety protocols in curbing the spread of the coronavirus across the State. This includes the deployment of 100 units Hand Washing Stations produced by the State Government, in collaboration with Procter and Gamble (P&G) Nigeria for deployment to strategic locations in the 20 Local Government and Local Council Development Areas recently. Disclosing this at the commissioning and deployment of the Hand Washing Stations, the Deputy Governor of the State, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat said that the initiative would complement several other efforts of the state government already deployed in the management of the virus. He stated that the establishment of various Isolation Centres where those infected by the virus are being treated across the State, the initial State-wide lockdown as well as the various ongoing enlightenment campaigns on how Lagosians can protect themselves from being infected are some of the initiatives already adopted by the State Government since the inception of the index case of COVID-19 in February this year. Hamzat commended members of the Organized Private Sector for identifying with the state government in its efforts aimed at curtailing the spread of the COVID-19, saying that many private organizations provided one facility or the other to assist the State Government in this regards. The Deputy Governor, however, charged Lagosians to stay safe and take responsibility for their safety against the virus by observing all protocols given by government and health officials.