Representatives on Tuesday slid into panic mode following rumors that over 50 legislators may have tested positive to dreaded coronavirus, and are still attending plenary sessions and committee meetings.
As a result, the House has adjourned plenary till next week, as oplosed to its adopted covid-19 sitting guideline of twice a week.
The House had in its resolution resolved to sit once a week as a result of the spread of the deadly virus among members who have kept their status hidden even from the leadership.
Also recall that the Spokesman of the House, Rep. Benjamin Kalu had refuted claims that some members in the House had tested positive to the virus.
Lawmakers were said to have undergone covid-19 tests, with the results still matters of speculations, a source among the Lawmakers who pleaded anonymity however told newsmen that about 50 of his colleagues have tested positive with some of them seriously down with the effects of the virus.