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Behind the sanitation mask

Héctor Adolfo Quintanar Pérez | Veracruz, Mexico

Julio`s Working card

Since the month of March 2020, in many large and small cities around the world, actions have been taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Among these actions there were days of tests, medical examinations and in almost all the cities of the world, sanitizations of streets, hospitals, vehicles and different spaces were carried out to prevent the virus from spreading rapidly.

In the small city of Coatepec, in Veracruz, located in the eastern part of Mexico, Julio Caballero, a 30-year-old young man took the job and responsibility of carrying out the sanitation to try to stop the virus.

Julio volunteered as he has worked as a fumigator and gardener for years, so he was familiar with safety gear and suits.

This job was a great sacrifice because for months he was away from his family for working night and day in double shifts. Julio is one of those thousands of men and women who dedicated great effort to take actions to prevent the spread of the virus without being medical specialists or city workers.

mail: rangerqintanar@hotmail.com

phone: +52 2281024409

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