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Ghanaians Must Take Advantage Of Zoomlion's Corporate COVID-19 Disinfection Programme

Ghanaians Must Take Advantage Of Zoomlion's Corporate COVID-19 Disinfection Programme
LISTEN MAY 20, 2020

General Manager of Savannah Waste Management Services Limited a subsidiary of Zoomlion Ghana Limited in the Northern Region, Mr. Peter Dawuni has appealed to Ghanaians to take seriously the disinfection and fumigation exercises undertaken by Zoomlion in collaboration with corporate entities and individuals.

He encouraged household heads to ensure that their homes are also disinfected just as the schools, police stations, markets, and many public places.

He underscored the need for banks and corporate institutions to take advantage of the company's cut down pricing model as support to Ghanaians towards curbing the Novel COVID-19 pandemic.

Mr. Dawuni said the fight against COVID-19 is a collective and integrated responsibility for all. "Everybody must take a keen interest in the fight because the virus fears no one and so at our individual levels we must take up the challenge to fight it".

He intimated that one surest way we all can fight the virus simply is to disinfect our homes, our offices and common places and observe the Ghana Health Services (GHS) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) protocols such as washing hands with soap and running water, usage of hand sanitizers, observing social distancing and the avoidance of handshaking among others.

The General Manager who was speaking during the fumigation and disinfection of the Tamale Senior High School (Tamasco) disclosed his outfit's 24/7 availability to partner individuals to deal with this global pandemic through disinfection and to a large extend fumigation.

"It is important that mothers incorporate disinfection budget in their daily activities to ensure that their wards and husbands are properly protected. It is time to close our differences and commonly deal with this COVID-19 pandemic.

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