PCP denounces omission of Covid-19 infections in CTT – Society

The parliamentary group of the PCP denounced this Saturday “different situations in different places” of attempting to omit covid-19 cases in CTT in recent weeks, and non-compliance with the rules to combat the pandemic, having asked the Government for clarification.

“We received reports of attempts to convince workers not to speak to others in the same department or service, of attempts to prevent workers from contacting the SNS 24 line and the General Directorate of Health, among other forms of coercion so that information could be hidden. “, denounces the parliamentary group in a question sent on Friday to the Minister of Infrastructure and Housing, and today released to the press.

The PCP, in the document, accuses CTT’s administration of being “only concerned with increasing the company’s” financial results and of “not looking at ways to achieve its ends, endangering the health of its workers, their families and of citizens “who travel daily to postal services.

And he adds that, from stations to postal distribution centers, through large treatment centers and even in central services, there have been “countless situations” in which the rules and procedures established by the Public Health authorities, “loudly and irresponsibly, do not are fulfilled “.

The parliamentary group states that, in the treatment center in Cabo Ruivo alone, CTT’s “neglect” made it possible to reach the point where there were more than 100 positive cases “of infection by sars-cov-2, the virus responsible by covid-19 disease.

“The company tries very well to hide, but it is increasingly clear that several basic hygiene and safety measures and guidelines are not being complied with”, denounces the party, recalling having denounced “already several times” the lack of workers at CTT.

Source: Correio da Manhã by www.cmjornal.pt.

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