Sanitizer booths system in govt schools in Kerala for Children's protection
Sanitizer booths system in govt schools in Kerala for Children's protection

Amid rising coronavirus cases in Kerala, more than 300 government and aided schools across the state have got 'sanitiserbooths'  so as to ensure the hygiene and safety of students. This measure is taken for the safety and health of the students coming to the school.

The number of corona infections is currently rising in Kerala. The annual general examinations in the schools are about to commence. In this case, as an additional precautionary measure to prevent the spread of the virus Sanitizer booths are set. The booths are set up in about 300 government and government-aided schools across the state.

An automatic machine equipped with a sensor is designed in the booth set up at the front of each school. This allows students and others to get a sanitizer and clean their hands without touching it with their hands.

It costs a minimum of Rs. 1,500 to make the facilities including electricity and battery in each machine. This program is carried out on behalf of Higher Vocational Education, a division of the National Service Program under the State Department of Public Instruction (GET). High school vocational students with a degree in electronics were involved in the manufacture of this machine. About 42 percent of the machines are made by students.

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