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Minsa will sanction those using water from hydrants during Carnivals

Vielka Corro Ríos
Especial para prensa.com
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27/01/2012 - Minister of Health, Franklin Vergara said they will impose sanction from $1,000 to those insisting in using drinking water from hydrants for spraying water to people during Carnivals.

Vergara, who participated this Friday, Jan. 27 of the opening of the new lab at Parita Health Center, in Herrera province, was categorical when indicating that during the four days of Carnivals the Ministry of Health (Minsa) will habilitate deep wells, rivers and lakes in order to use their water during the celebrations.

In the same manner Minsa will require health identification cards from those selling food during Carnivals.

In addition, the entity will give away hairnets, caps, gloves and aprons to people selling food.

The minister said the idea that everybody can make their businesses, but they need to guarantee the food safety of the people consuming such products. 

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El agua es Patrimonio de la Humanidad y no se debe utilizar para botarla como se hacen en los tontos culecos de carnaval. Si quieren tirarla, que vayan a una playa, y se tiren ekl agua del mar, la que nunca se acabarà.Por otro lado hay muchos habitantes, en muchos paises que no poseen agua ni para beber y es inhumano no acordarse de estos y como en burla se riega por culecos en nuestro paìs. Piensa en tu pròjimo tambièn. Cuida el agua.
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