The main avenue of access to the neighborhoods Vila Esperança and Vila Natal received a disinfection action on the morning of last Saturday (4), in order to help prevent the spread of the new coronavirus (covid-19) by the residents.
The avenue, about 3 km long, holds the largest circulation of people from these communities and concentrates a large part of the businesses, in addition to serving as a space for holding free fairs.
Promoted by Cide, with the support of the Department of Maintenance and Public Services, the activity provided around 8 thousand liters of diluted sodium hypochlorite for cleaning the place, which were donated by Unipar and applied by Cesari, by means of a water truck. This product, when mixed with water, becomes bleach, which has effective agents for disinfecting surfaces that may contain the virus.
The Vila Esperança and Vila Natal communities are among those with the most people infected by the virus in Cubatão, according to data issued by the City Hall. The agency also considers Vila Esperança as one of the most populous neighborhoods in the city.
The disinfections, carried out by the City Hall and partnerships, have been in the city since March this year, a period in which the spread of covid-19 in the region began. The initiative has already covered other neighborhoods, such as Centro, Costa e Silva, Vila São José, Casqueiro, Caminho 2, Vila dos Pescadores and Bolsões 7, 8 and 9.