Artemisa, Cuba - In the three centers set up in the municipality of Guanajay to bring the family closer to new information technologies are implemented actions aimed to prevent the spread of COVID-19, even so their workers provide the usual services to the population.
In the Young Computer and Electronics Clubs located in each of the three popular councils of the territory, the physical distance between users is maintained and in this way crowds are also avoided within the premises.
They intensify the cleaning of the equipment and the daily checking of workers, likewise, the entry to the centers is not allowed for people without a mask or those who present respiratory symptoms.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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