The Minister of Labor and Social Welfare, Rolando Castro, delivered on Tuesday to the National Specialized Children’s Hospital “Benjamín Bloom” and the Rosales Hospital two disinfection devices to the Ministry of Health, donated by the Canadian businessman, Valentino Ramanand.
These are the Solaris Lytbot 2.0 robots, which have the latest Spectralyt UV technology that provides more than 99% efficacy against harmful pathogens.
“And now our hospitals will have this state-of-the-art technology. It is a source of pride for us to follow the mandate of President Nayib Bukele,” said Minister Rolando Castro.
The head of the Ministry of Labor stressed that the public has to be better than the private. “We are very grateful to receive this donation, which will help our Salvadoran population and which our hospitals will count on,” added Castro.
For his part, the Canadian businessman, Valentino Ramanand, who donated the two robots to Salvadoran hospitals, said: “It is an honor for me to be present in this place. In the United States and Canada, thousands of people die because they have not been able to disinfect as should the operating rooms”.
In addition, he highlighted: “I am pleased to announce that El Salvador is the second country in the world to have this 2.0 technology that will disinfect national hospitals,” added the Canadian businessman.