For protection! Public Services asks to spray with chlorine or mark garbage of COVID patients


The City Council has provided antibacterial gel, gloves and employees are asked to respect health protocols to avoid getting sick, declared director Miguel Luis Morales Lizárraga

Mazatlan Sinaloa. – Given the rebound in active cases of the SARS-COV-2 virus in MazatlánPublic Services instructed Urban Cleaning workers to reinforce anti-COVID measures when doing their work to prevent possible infections.

And for this, the Commune has delivered antibacterial gel, gloves and each employee is asked to comply with the health protocols, raising awareness that “there is always someone waiting for us at home,” declared director Miguel Luis Morales Lizárraga.

“Gloves are for change, and we handle it as a strategy, if they bring us gloves that have already been damaged, well with great pleasure and it is as a strategy because that way we avoid them saying, ‘no, I lost it’, or something else. . We have not relaxed in that part “

“… I think that if we love each other, we love our families, because we take care of ourselves,” he said.

In this vein, the local official called on citizens to support and take care of the Urban Cleaning workers by marking the garbage of COVID patients or spraying a little chlorine on it.

The director of Public Services specified that to date there is no report of any employee in his area infected or ill by this virus and he hopes this will continue in this way.


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