Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo joined by City Councilors and Barangay Officials inspected the installation a sanitation tent at the entrance of the City Hall this afternoon.

This is one of the 20 other sanitation tents that will be installed in the entrances of the city hall and all checkpoints across the city and its borders to help sanitize all incoming and outgoing persons and motorists thereby boosting the campaign to prevent the transmission of the COVID-19 virus.

At the checkpoints, motorcycles and people will pass through the sanitation tents while larger vehicles will be sprayed with disinfectant by members of the Bureau of Fire Protection.

City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Officer Rizal Benatiro said that the Inter-Agency Task Force COVID-19 chaired by Mayor Remollo collaborated with a group of students to fabricate these sanitation tents run by electricity to produce mist of disinfectant solution.

The volunteer students belong to “Panaghiusa” an initiative to aid frontliners in Negros Oriental and Dumaguete City to fight COVID-19.