18 - 20 May 2021 | SARIT CENTRE, NAIROBI, KENYA

PROFESSOR D. D. KALE: USE OF SINGLE USE PLASTICS IN FIGHTING CORONA

POSTED: 19th May

Corona pandemic has brought the whole world almost to a standstill: More than 8, 00,000 affected patients and about 50,000 dead! The isolation of affected and non affected is absolutely essential to arrest the spread of this highly contagious virus.

The medical staffs need to use masks, gloves, aprons to protect themselves while treating a large number of patients. The curtains help to isolate patients from one another.

The police need masks while keeping vigilance on the people disobeying the lockdown process. The servicemen have to travel from their homes to the workplace and back home every day to need masks and hand gloves. The vendors selling essential items such as grocery, vegetables, mil, etc also have to protect themselves during the working hours.
All of them need disposable items such as masks, gloves, aprons, etc.

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