Ekurhuleni Clinic sanitized to protect the community

Itireleng Clinic.

During the period of the lock-down, over 800 clinics and hospitals have been sanitized in Gauteng by the Scientology Volunteer Ministers in an effort to combat the spread of Covid-19 in health facilities.

Since President Ramaphosa announced the lockdown in March this year, the Volunteers have been sanitizing public spaces and providing education across their entire country.

Yesterday, the Volunteers deeply sanitized the Itireleng Clinic in Ekurhuleni.

The Clinic Manager was very happy too. “You are doing such an amazing job. You are always so ready to help us. You even work on Saturday and Sunday – that’s crazy! No-one else does that! But you are doing it. You are running around to help us. You are so amazing, God bless.” She continued to thank the team profusely.

In the duration of the lockdown, the team of 300 Scientology Volunteer Ministers  have  sanitized over 18,632 buildings from one-floor shelter to 35-story government buildings, and 550,547 buses, police cars, taxis, ambulances, fire engines, and army vehicles. The have dedicated over 342,500 hours to fighting this pandemic, starting first in Gauteng area and caring for essential services as a priority, the Scientology Volunteer Ministers have now expanded their activities in Eastern Cape, Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal and North West with a few dedicated volunteers also working in Mpumalanga and Northern Cape.

All at their own cost to protect South African citizens.

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