As Covid-19 Cases Drop, Freewinds Volunteers See the Increase of Action to Stay Safe Crucial
With the number of active cases of Covid-19 on the decline locally it does not mean it is time to relax. In fact, the opposite should be done and taking measures to prevent the increase in positive cases has moved to the top of the list. Sanitization is one of the most effective measures to fight the virus, preventing its spread to anyone else. More and more companies across Aruba realize this and are arming themselves with the equipment, materials and skills to continue to keep Aruba Safe.
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One of the SOS Manpower staff, Gustavo Niño, had this to say about the Volunteer Ministers and the training that he received: “The discipline that you keep and how you respect the protocols as a team is very impressive, and I’m learning that from you. I feel that the job that you guys are doing is very important because you go everywhere and you contribute everywhere and thanks to this we are reducing drastically the Covid-19 in Aruba.
Mr. Niño went on to say: “No one right now wants to volunteer, but you guys are doing it and this is a total humanitarian job, this is very important and I am the first of your fans!”
For assistance from the Freewinds Volunteer Ministers to get your facilities sanitized, or to receive prevention seminars or training on how to disinfect your work spaces or home, please contact the Deputy Port Captain of the Freewinds by email at email@example.com or by Signal at +1-727-549-8104 or by cell at 297 747-1613
To find out how you can protect yourself and others, how you can keep your home and place of work safe visit the How to Stay Well Prevention Resource Center online at www.scientology.org/staywell where all the Stay Well videos and booklets can be seen and copies downloaded, free of charge. All of these materials are available in Spanish, Dutch, English as well as 18 more languages.