Wednesday 23 September, 2020

Watch: Montego Bay streets sanitised

The public space was sanitized on June 28 through a partnership with Caribbean Cement Company, Jamaica Pre-Mix Limited and the St James Municipal Corporation.

The public space was sanitized on June 28 through a partnership with Caribbean Cement Company, Jamaica Pre-Mix Limited and the St James Municipal Corporation.

The Sam Sharpe Square in Montego Bay, St James has been sanitised ahead of increased flights to the tourism hot spot.

The public space was sanitised on June 28 through a partnership with Caribbean Cement Company, Jamaica Pre-Mix Limited and the St James Municipal Corporation.

Carib Cement’s General Manager, Yago Castro says cement trucks were used to carry the 30,000 gallons of disinfectant used to sanitise the park.

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He says the company is committed to providing additional assistance to the people of Montego Bay.

Meanwhile, Member of Parliament for Central St James, Heroy Clarke says the sanitisation forms part of activities to ensure public health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The member of parliament is urging all persons to practice the necessary protocols as outlined by the government.

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