– A young man has for people talking on social media about sanitizing on social media
– This was after he pointed out the wrong moment to used a hand sanitizer
– Different views and opinions have come up concerning the issue
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In this period where people all over the world are battling the dreaded COVID-19, a young man has decided to be the protocol officer.
Man drops rule on sanitizing
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In the post which he shared via Twitter, the man identified as @Dinnydavinci revealed that it made no sense for people to sanitize immediately they come in contact with someone, especially if they are still there.
“Stop sanitizing immediately in front of people once you come in contact with them. Have sense.”
The tweet which garnered 790 retweets, 3.2k quote tweets, and 3.1k likes, had people dropping hot takes and dragging the young man as well.
“If you come to my house and I feel unsafe about your presence, I will spray the sanitizer on you.”
“Na person wey feel bad for this no get sense. So I should wait till Virus enter me before I sanitize to massage your ego abi in the midst of a pandemic. Who needs sense now?”
“How about you do that in front of them and give them some too? All these things no hard.”
“Ironically, this tweet doesn’t sound like it’s coming from someone that has sense. Sanitize as much as possible, let them sanitize too. Also obey every COVID-19 safety precautions.”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that award-winning makeup artist, Bimpe Onakoya, shared her COVID-19 experience.
In a series of posts which she shared on her official Instagram page, the mum of three posted videos and photos of her at the hospital at different stages of her recovery.
She also mentioned that the virus is unforgiving.
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