This Wednesday Maldivian Authorities started decontaminating Vilimale’ streets with chlorine to defend citizens from the rising pandemic COVID-19.
Following related plans in suburban Hulhumale’ and Male’ City, the City Council and the Maldives National Defense Force (MNDF) Fire as well as the Rescue Service joined hands undertaking this endeavor this morning.
The city council has reassured that by using water based chlorine to cleanse the streets, are following the firm guidance of Health Protection Agency (HPA), and the Environment Ministry, taking care to diminish any negative effect on the environment.
Councils in Maldives atolls are also opting to purify their streets. One such example is the purification managed by the Addu City Council due to start in following Friday.
In order to minimize the risk of COVID-19 cases from rising, Maldives decide to suspend issuance of on-arrival visa, commencing at March 27.
13 people, working or on a vacation in either resorts and safaris have been tested positive for COVID-19 in Maldives. 5 of the 13 people, were from Kuredu Island Resort and 2 were from Anantara Dhigu, while the other 2 appeared to be from Sandies Bathala. There were 2 others seen in Kuramathi Island Resort and 2 more from Island Safari-1.
Fortunately, eight have been declared to have recovered, though for extra precaution will be closely put on surveillance at the isolation facilities.
Though eight patients have fortunately recovered and so far, successfully containing the virus, Maldivian health authorities have notified that it does not diminish the threat COVID-19 poses to the general