(BIVN) – From the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to the present rise in circumstances being reported within the Hilo-area, the County of Hawai‘i says its “Bug Busters” have been on a mission to maintain the virus at bay.
On Thursday, the County shared a media launch touting the work of the County of Hawai‘i’s Cleansing and Disinfecting Process Power, saying groups are “travelling in County of Hawaii automobiles and carrying bright-yellow ‘Bug Busters’ shirts, as they apply disinfecting merchandise by way of sprayers, specialised fogging gadgets and different strategies.”
The County says:
Groups of Bug Busters have been arduous at work at your County services, targeted on sanitizing high-traffic areas and high-touch surfaces seven days every week since early March. These groups, comprised of specially-trained workers, additionally sanitize public services akin to shelters, publish workplaces and County water spigots. Moreover, the Bug Busters have taken on particular assignments to sanitize services the place recognized optimistic circumstances had been recognized, akin to at colleges, medical services, and personal companies.
The County can also be offering an interactive map that tracks the Bug Busters spraying areas. The map marks “important companies”, water spigots, bus shelters, and disinfection areas. The map exhibits a big space of Downtown Hilo as a “disinfection space”.
The map key additionally lists the next issues as Bug Busters public disinfection areas:
- Bus Shelters
- County Park Restrooms and Exterior Contact Surfaces
- Crosswalk Flags
- Newspaper Circumstances
- Pay Telephones
- Parking Meters
- Avenue Sign Buttons
- Signal Posts
- Trash Bins
- Water Spigots
“The Bug Busters are one a part of our dedication to conserving our neighborhood protected from COVID-19,” stated Civil Protection Administrator Talmadge Magno. “These County staff stand up early each morning to get the job accomplished.”