A long line of commuters off their transport, walk on foot across the boundary from Abuja into Nasarawa and wait to go through mandatory temperature checks

 

Covid-19 rains hardship on commuters at FCT-Nasarawa boundary [Photos]

Toward Wednesday evening, a long line of motorcycles and their passengers line up to cross the boundary into Nasarawa. In a time of coronavirus pandemic, they must go through routine temperature checks. Photo Mohammed Auwal Umar.
Some residents still flout the directives to wear face masks in public places. This woman decided to tuck hers under her chin.
Some residents are faithful about wearing their face masks in public. These are people who have to cross the boundary between Abuja and neighbouring Nasarawa state at a place called Check Point on the boundary between both.
Commuters disembark their pillion passenger seats and wait to go through temperature checks at the boundary between Abuja and Nasarawa
After going through temperature checks, commuters and their motorcyclists walk on foot a few metres through security blockade from Abuja into Nasarawa before they can resume their ride.

Intense scrutiny of commuters, motorists and cyclists is a hardship many face everyday to and from work between Abuja and Nasarawa

A long line of commuters off their transport, walk on foot across the boundary from Abuja into Nasarawa and wait to go through mandatory temperature checks
Toward Wednesday evening, a long line of motorcycles and their passengers line up to cross the boundary into Nasarawa. In a time of coronavirus pandemic, they must go through routine temperature checks. Photo Mohammed Auwal Umar.
Despite the hardship of staying in line, this woman finds queues are the best venues for market her stash of face masks.

 

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    A long line of commuters off their transport, walk on foot across the boundary from Abuja into Nasarawa and wait to go through mandatory temperature checks

     

    Covid-19 rains hardship on commuters at FCT-Nasarawa boundary [Photos]

    Toward Wednesday evening, a long line of motorcycles and their passengers line up to cross the boundary into Nasarawa. In a time of coronavirus pandemic, they must go through routine temperature checks. Photo Mohammed Auwal Umar.
    Some residents still flout the directives to wear face masks in public places. This woman decided to tuck hers under her chin.
    Some residents are faithful about wearing their face masks in public. These are people who have to cross the boundary between Abuja and neighbouring Nasarawa state at a place called Check Point on the boundary between both.
    Commuters disembark their pillion passenger seats and wait to go through temperature checks at the boundary between Abuja and Nasarawa
    After going through temperature checks, commuters and their motorcyclists walk on foot a few metres through security blockade from Abuja into Nasarawa before they can resume their ride.

    Intense scrutiny of commuters, motorists and cyclists is a hardship many face everyday to and from work between Abuja and Nasarawa

    A long line of commuters off their transport, walk on foot across the boundary from Abuja into Nasarawa and wait to go through mandatory temperature checks
    Toward Wednesday evening, a long line of motorcycles and their passengers line up to cross the boundary into Nasarawa. In a time of coronavirus pandemic, they must go through routine temperature checks. Photo Mohammed Auwal Umar.
    Despite the hardship of staying in line, this woman finds queues are the best venues for market her stash of face masks.

     

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