Thursday, October 6, 2022

COVID-19: SLFS Urges Public To Observe Protocols At Accident, Fire Scenes

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Amid a sharp surge in COVID-19 cases, the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) has appealed to the public to observe the relevant protocols at fire and accident scenes.

Station Officer and EMS Manager Fernando James observed  that with the COVID-19 spike and the increase in road accidents, citizens let down their guard and do not observe measures to prevent transmission of the virus.

“Therefore, I humbly request that every one of you take all the necessary precautions of wearing your mask, keeping your distance as much as possible,” James said.

He also explained that if people have to assist when road accidents or house fires occur, they should wear masks.

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Headline photo: People converge on the scene after a KFC delivery scooter and a car collide in Castries.

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  1. The Accident Scene Have to be Cordon off Quickly and have Non Emergency Personnel Vacate the Scene .Only Emergency persons should be allowed on the Scene. St.Lucians like Crowd up too much

  2. Do we have a two St. Lucia, this is making news but when the deputy PM was among the carriers it only make comments not news… so it clearly shows we have two st. lucia one for our black people and one for white people

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