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Friday, May 01, 2020

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Mint Cleaners Limited along with the Ministry of Transport and Mining and the Transport Authority will be offering free sanitization services to 300 public transport taxi operators this Sunday, May 3 between 7:00 am and 12:00 pm at the Half Way Tree taxi terminal.

“The Ministry of Transport and Mining, and the Transport Authority welcome and endorse this initiative by Mint Cleaners and see it has the type of partnership that will help to overcome the challenges that we are facing as a nation,” Managing Director of The Transport Authority, Cecil Morgan said.

Provided with the support of taxi drivers, the company said it intends to be able to sanitize vehicles on a weekly basis in order play its part to help limit the spread of COVID-19.

“It is important that we all play our part in stopping the spread of viruses in public spaces, all over world disinfecting and sanitizing of public transportation is being implemented and Mint Cleaners Limited would like to assist our fellow citizens fight this virus so that we all can be safe,” Managing Director of Mint Cleaners, Peter Jason Wright said.

“Our team strictly adheres to the most up to-date procedures provided by the Ministry of Health as it relates to disease cleanup and virus disinfection. Our cleaning technicians use electrostatic misters and foggers to quickly and effectively disinfect and sanitize all surface areas and our Mint Cleaners cleaning technicians are always dressed in personal protective equipment including goggles, gloves, and respirator masks,” he added.


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