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Power cleaning for school canteen

Maria Bradshaw

Power cleaning for school canteen

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FOR?THE?second time in as many days, students attending Lester Vaughan School had to obtain lunch from a source other than the school’s canteen, which remained close.
Principal environmental health officer at the Warrens Polyclinic, John Watts, and a team of health officers made another visit to the canteen, which appeared to be undergoing industrial cleaning.
Two men were spotted on the outside scrubbing several stove parts under the watchful eyes of the health officers.
When contacted, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health, Ronald Fitt, said he was aware of the situation but could not comment because he was awaiting an official report.
He however stated: “We do this on a daily basis. We cannot turn a blind eye to standards which are not in line with the standards that we set.”