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Carmona sets up DIY sanitation tents

The local government of Carmona Cavite produced a do-it-yourself improvised sanitation tents that could help in the sanitation of healthworkers, patients, and LGU employees before entering and leaving facilities such as hospitals or municipal hall. The design was provided by the UP Diliman-based volunteer group SaniTents PH.

Disinfection sessions were also conducted at all checkpoints across Carmona as part of the preventive measures and mitigation efforts being implemented by the local government to keep the community coronavirus-free. On Monday, March 23, simultaneous disinfection sessions were also held at all barangays in the municipality. More disinfection sessions are scheduled to be conducted on the succeeding days.

The Carmona LGU continues to distribute disinfection machines to barangays in line with the preventive measures and mitigation efforts of the local government of Carmona against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Disinfection machines were distributed recently to Barangays 1 to 5. More disinfection sessions are scheduled to be conducted on the following days. Benjamin Chavez

Orders were taken and received by the residents of Carmona starting through the Bayan, May Libreng Delivery, which is an initiative of the Municipal Government of Carmona to provide free delivery service from the public market to the residents as a solution to the suspension of public transportation and implementation of social distancing due to the enactment of "Enhanced Community Quarantine" for the whole Luzon.

Topics: Carmona , Cavite , do-it-yourself , DIY sanitation tents , UP Diliman , SaniTents PH
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