The disinfection tasks in the testing and vaccination nodes of Tucumán were intensified, the head of the Siprosa Environmental Health Directorate assured today, Julieta Migliavacca.

“We have ultra-low-volume machines to disinfect with a product called fifth-generation quaternary ammonium. We disinfect all places that have massive attendance belonging to the Provincial Health System, such as testing and vaccination nodes. We carry out this task on a daily basis, disinfecting the place at the end of the health personnel’s working day, for which we have a weekly plan for this activity that is carried out by the operators of the provincial vector brigade once the place is empty. and before proceeding to the closing, leaving the area disinfected and waiting for a new beginning of the working day”, commented Migliavaca.

Likewise, the reference also specified that the personnel of the brigade even go to the border nodes, and those that are located in the bus terminal, where they begin the disinfection work every day at 7 in the morning, as well as in Hospital del Carmen, being one of the busiest nodes in the province.

“We deliver a disinfection certificate to the node manager, so that he can present it if someone requests it. It is important to note that we are also disinfecting the testing nodes in the summer areas of the province, such as: Tafí del Valle, San Pedro de Colalao, El Cadillal, and even the mobile vaccination center,” he stated.

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