St. Patrick’s High School Class of 96 Monday donated and placed a modern electronic hand washing machine at the Rehab Junction, in Paynesville City as part of efforts to help combat the coronavirus in the country.
Made by a Liberian Technician, the machine is an untouchable device that releases liquid detergents and water to users with about three inches below the pump for hand washing. It is a solar system power generated machine which consists of voice instructions that consumers will use in following the health protocols.
The Initiative according to the class is their way of giving back to the society of origin and above all sending a happy independence celebration complements to the country and its people.
St. Patrick’s High School Class of 1996 decision brings to volume the numerous contributions organizations and individuals are making in curbing the Coronavirus in Liberia.
Liberia is among the many countries suffering from the surprise of devastating crises that have webbed thousands of lives leaving many ill. To date, Liberia has recorded 1,162 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 72 deaths and 641 recoveries.The Chief Electronics Engineer of Liberia Advance Technology Design LLC, Reuben Murray told KMTV that Liberians are creative and innovative in making the country technologically friendly for global adaptation.
According to him, the need for investment in the technology sector is vital for the improvement of Liberia whereas the world is now driven to technological ideologies.
Liberia Advance Technology Design is a RoviaGate Technology company.
For his part, the Chief Executive Officer of the RoviaGate Technology company, Oliver Wleh Klark Jr. said the project is one of the technological drives that Liberian Technicians and Engineers under the company reach will embark on as an institution of “modern technology”.
The RoviaGate Technology company (LCC) CEO also revealed to our news desk that Liberia though the institution is creating an environment that makes the country feel the impact of technology.
Pedestrians around the Rehab Junction will now wash their hands with an electronic hand washing machine without touching, thus creating a way in preventing the spread of the virus.