Gauteng based Non-Government organisation (NPO)Scientology Volunteer Ministers gears to keep people safe as the country anticipate third wave of Covid-19 recently. The team stated that they will do their outmost best to continue to protect their country. This organisation have passed the mark of over 66,000 buildings sanitized for free since the lockdown hit South Africa.
The team of hundreds of volunteers travelled all over the country to serve their nation. They have officially sanitized 66,161 buildings across SA. This was done in order to mitigate the spread of covid-19, while risking their lives yet again to keep the most vulnerable safe at all cost.
Gauteng Premier, David Makhura applauded the team for their commitment to assist people to fight against the spread of Covid-19.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you on behalf of the people of Gauteng for the fantastic work you have been doing during this time of national disaster to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 throughout the province of Gauteng” he said.
According to Public Affairs Director for the team, Sandile Hlayisi, the past 400 plus days of the pandemic have been tough for their team which worked tirelessly. But he claims all of them are very proud of what they do.
” We considered it our duty to assist in any way we could and we got bright. While it looked like an impossible task at first, backing up our country and its people in such a time was of vital importance to us and so we faced the music and went on.” he said.
With over 1.1 million hours spent by the team on the frontlines, they are aware of the threat Covid19 can cause.However, that did not stop them from dedicatedly working for over 400 days spending 12-15 hours a day, 7 days a week. This formed part of their humanitarian work to help mitigate the spread in the country.
Meanwhile Executive Mayor City of Tshwane, Randal Williams expressed his gratitude towards the work of the team.
“I would like to thank you for all the work that you have been doing in terms of deep cleaning and supporting the City of Tshwane in the Fight against COVID-19. Now as we combat this second wave, your efforts have become as crucial as we work to control the spread of the virus.” he said.