School Sanitization Media Launch Feb 01, 2021

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The San Juan/ Laventille Regional Corporation, during the months of January to February 2021 engaged in the sanitization of all its schools and councillors’ offices within its region. Amidst the challenges of the Covid-19 in 2020 and restrictions enforced, the Corporation, under the stewardship of its Chairman, Alderman Anthony Roberts and Chief Executive Officer; Mrs. Dianne Lakhan initiated the School Sanitization program. Ahead of the reopening of schools in March 2021, the Public Health department conducted a thorough sanitization of schools and offices (both of surfaces and open spaces) to ensure the safety of our teachers and students.

It is through this initiative, the Corporation remains committed to ensure the safety of its basis, at a heightened capacity as we navigate an unfamiliar territory with the ongoing pandemic of Covid-19.

At the media launch on February 01, 2021 held at Success/ Laventille Secondary School invited guests; The Honorable Mr. Fitzgerald Hinds MP Laventille West, who at that time held the post of Minister of Youth Development and National Service, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education, Principal and Vice -Principal of the school, Members of Council offered support and commendations on the first of its kind initiative within the region. In light of this, the San Juan/ Laventille Regional Corporation ensures that this will be an ongoing part of the Public Health Department’s role in providing services to institutions and offices to maximize safety during effects of Covid-19.

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