The Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTOP) has suspended all work at the Carolina Center for Driver Services (CESCO), after it was reported that an employee, who had not reported for several weeks due to health problems, had dropped positive to Covid-19.
As a consequence of this situation, all people with appointments for transactions in this Cesco de Carolina starting today, at 3:00 pm, will receive a message through the TurnosPR system, indicating that his appointment will be rescheduled for a later date in another Cesco.
The secretary of DTOP, Carlos M. Contreras Aponte, indicated that “in compliance with the applicable protocols for potential or confirmed cases of Covid-19, once a In the knowledge of this positive case, the protocols were followed.
These are: suspend operations; order the carrying out of molecular tests on all the employees of this Cesco; close the facilities to prepare them for disinfection and channel the rescheduling of appointments to anyone who had a scheduled visit to Cesco de Carolina starting today at 3:00 pm
“Until the disinfection of the facilities is completed , and each of the employees undergo the Covid-19 molecular test, the Carolina CESCO will be closed. Operations may only be resumed, in due course, with those employees who have given a negative result in the Covid-19 molecular test, "Contreras Aponte concluded.