Fuengirola to tackle 24 hour street disinfecting during coronavirus pandemic on the Costa del Sol

Reinforcing the hygienic conditions: Operating 24 hours a day. Credit: Ayuntamiento de Fuengirola

FUENGIROLA TO TACKLE 24 HOUR STREET DISINFECTING DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC ON THE COSTA DEL SOL

FUENGIROLA Town Hall has launched a Washdown Plan with disinfectant products to reinforce the hygienic conditions of all its streets that will operate 24 hours a day in the different public spaces of the town.

The service will take place in the different neighbourhoods every day while the State of Alarm declaration persists due to the incidence of the COVID-19 virus.

“They are working from early today, in shifts, and progressively covering the different areas of the town. We will maintain this service with disinfecting products as long as the health alert situation continues. We are going to do everything possible to avoid new infections and this is an advisable way of doing it, “said the Councillor for Cleaning”, Javier Hidalgo.

In this sense, he has ensured that the operators who are providing the service have the appropriate security measures to carry out these tasks. Specifically, with protective glasses, mask, gloves and wellies to guarantee your safety at work.

The washing is done not only on pavements and driveways but also on different elements of public furniture, such as benches or litter bins.

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