Safe sanitation and hygiene are key to preventing and managing the outbreak of many deadly infectious diseases including Coronavirus (Covid19 pandemic). Dashmesh Sewa Simran volunteers are the Real Corona Warriors who are conducting free of cost daily sanitization drive at varied locations like Schools, Public Communities, Hospitals and other public spaces in order to serve the humanity amid lockdown 4.0. Today, 29th May’2020 DSS volunteers did the sanitization drive at MERI college (Management Education and Research Institute), New Delhi.
They have trained health volunteers visiting various localities creating awareness about the disease and sanitize the areas wherever required. Additionally, during the sanitisation activity where they disinfect schools, hospitals, public places and homes, they are educating people about the important preventive and precautionary measures. One of the consequences of crises like the current pandemic is that social inequalities have been thrown into sharp relief by demonstrating that the people who keep our societies running are the most at risk: nurses, domestic and elderly care workers, teachers, delivery drivers, cleaners, and retail workers in grocery stores and gas stations, for example. So are sanitation volunteers, who are currently on the frontline of the pandemic