Posted: Friday, March 20, 2020. 3:15 pm CST.
As all residents are aware, 2020 has introduced a pandemic known as the COVID-19 Virus and the entire region remains persistent in exercising preventative measures against the further spread of this illness.
The Belize City Council has likewise been engaged in implementing strategies to assist all residence to be informed and proactive. Given the likelihood of the disease making its way into the country, we are advising all citizens to employ these safety measures outlined by the official health authorities to keep you and your family prepared for the arrival of COVID19:
The council has also implemented measures to mitigate any risks that may affect our staff. As of March 17, 2020, all employees have participated in sensitization sessions surrounding the prevention of COVID-19. We have also obtained additional hygienic supplies in conjunction with the cleaning agents used by our janitors.
In regards to accessing the services of the City Council, we will work as efficiently as possible to ensure that our services remain uninterrupted. However, in recognition of the situation we have outlined some precautionary measures that have been effected at the City Hall, namely:
In conjunction with these precautions, it is crucial that you remain current with the updates shared by our official health authorities such as the Ministry of Health, The Department of Health Services and the World Health Organization on a daily basis. We remain in solidarity with our residents during this challenging time and will explore all measures to assist in the prevention of all threats to our city.
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