Faridkot, April 3
To check the spread of coronavirus in public places, teams of the Faridkot Municipal Committee are constantly disinfecting vulnerable spots and streets in the town. Employees of the civic body can be seen using fogging machines loaded with disinfectant spray are trying to disinfect the highly touched surfaces and streets in the town.
Besides, MC teams are collecting garbage and spraying disinfectant so that the spread of the deadly virus could be stopped from spreading its tentacles. Seven teams, comprising 14 members, two supervisors, one fire tender and two firemen, started sanitising residential and commercial areas of the town, starting from slums on Friday. The teams also sanitised the Central Jail, all government employees’ residential quarters and residential areas of doctors and paramedical staff.
Harwinder Singh Bhullar, sanitary inspector, said 250 sweepers of the civic body had started collecting garbage from door to door in 25 wards of the town. “We have cancelled the leave applications of all employees,” he said.
“Studies suggest that coronavirus may persist on the surface for a few hours or up to several days, so one of the most effective ways to check the spread of coronavirus is to disinfect the surface, which carry germs,” said the sanitary inspector.
Doctors at Guru Gobind Singh Medical College and Hospital, Faridkot, said basic public health measures like washing the hands, avoiding touching your face, and staying away from sick people were the best ways to protect oneself from contracting the virus.
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