Public sinks placed in the streets of Washington DC to prevent coronavirus

Photo courtesy of Mayor Muriel Bowser

By Carmen Rodriguez, Washington DC

The Mayor's Office of Washington DC, He placed from Friday, several public sinks, for people who must walk through the streets, maintain action to prevent the outbreak of coronavirus.

According to the Office of the Mayor, directed by Muriel Bowser, for now, They placed 17 sink stations, at different points in the city center.

According to official information, the Mayor's Office plans to place more similar units in other points where people have to transit, despite the fact that the municipality ordered the closure of non-essential activities since last week.

Until saturday morning, the authorities confirmed 902 positive cases in the US capital. Most of the cases, are people under 50 years.