Public Services asks the general population to mark or spray the garbage of COVID patients with chlorine to prevent further infections among staff; there are two positives and several suspects.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Urban Cleansing area reports two new cases of COVID-19 among its staff and in light of this, the ‘red lights are lit in the Public Services Directorate of the Mazatlán City Council.
The head of the unit, Miguel Luis Morales Lizárraga, specified that the two workers are isolated and with mild symptoms. But there are also other suspicious employees, who have been sent for testing to confirm or rule out that they are carriers of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
The local official asked the general population to mark or spray the garbage of COVID patients with chlorine, to prevent further contagion among the staff, because they also have family and there is someone waiting for them at home.
The director of Public Services called on citizens to continue to take care of themselves and always use a face mask because it is the only way to cut the chain of contagion of COVID-19 and its new Omicron variant.
The Mazatlan Post