Lagos State Lotteries Board begins enforcement as directed by Governor Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu directive in a bid to ensure the safety of all stakeholders in the gaming industry on the ban of public gathering.

The Chief Executive Officer of Lagos State Lotteries Board, Mr. Bashir Are, disclosed this today during the monitoring of operators and agents in the State.

He further stated that all Lotto, Sports Betting, Casino, Gaming Machine, Scratches cards and Pool Betting Centers across the State to ensure that gaming/betting centres are not overcrowded, hand sanitizers are provided at the point of entry into the outlets and temperature detector is available at the entrances of all gaming centres.

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Are said, no gaming centre should have more than 20 people concurrently and social distance of 3 meters is strongly advised.

CEO said the war on the deadly virus could only be won if everyone obeys directives and avoids acts or activities that could put everyone at risk. He said washing of hands regularly and avoid unnecessary contact with people as advised by the State government.

Be proactive and take preventive measures.

LSLB implore ALL stakeholders to abide by the above-listed safety tips to curb the spread of coronavirus within and out the industry, encourage anyone who has information about suspected cases to report to the nearest hospital or call the emergency telephone numbers 08023169485, 08033565529, 08052817243 and 08023401214.