The Unite Against COVID-19 Social Media Instagram channel shared an image from user @jarredwilliams03, where a Sani Squad member was spotted at the Soundsplash event in Raglan
Sani Squad members have been disbursed around New Zealand always on standby attending large summer weather events to help in stopping the COVID-19 virus from spreading in the community.
On December 31 of 2020, the new squad was announced in a statement posted to the Government-run Unite Against COVID-19 PR agency Twitter account. Members could be seen attending the Rhythm and Vines Festival.
“Meet our Sani Squad ? We want to make sure that every festival or event in New Zealand can go ahead this summer.”
“Our Sani Squad be out and about over the next few months, all across the country to remind everyone of the good behaviours.”
Meet our Sani Squad ? We want to make sure that every festival or event in New Zealand can go ahead this summer. Our Sani Squad be out and about over the next few months, all across the country to remind everyone of the good behaviours. pic.twitter.com/IogieN5RxL
— Unite against COVID-19 (@covid19nz) December 31, 2020
Sani Squad members provide an effort to promote the #UnstoppableSummer campaign.
They supply sanitiser from attached cases and QR scanning codes in-case someone attending forgets to use the NZ COVID Tracer app.
Image: SUPPLIED/Instagram (@jarredwilliams03/Story)
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