Secretary of the Department of Health (DS), Lorenzo González Feliciano. – provided
In the midst of the COVID-19 coronavirus emergency and where companies have to comply with a self-certification process in order to operate, the Secretary of the Department of Health, Lorenzo González, accepted that the agency has not inspected the restaurants for months.
This information comes after last Sunday the agency carried out several interventions in the Condado area and found the kitchen of the Latin Star restaurant with expired food, lack of hygiene and even a dead mouse.
In an interview with Radio Isla, González confirmed that the Department does not carry out these inspections in about 3 to 4 months.
For the past 3 or 4 months, restaurants on the island have not been inspected as consequence of the emergency of # covid19 confirms the Secretary of Health, Lorenzo González. He admits that the agency does not have enough staff to meet the inspection requirement.
– Julio Rivera-Saniel (@riverasaniel) August 26, 2020
Regarding these evaluations, the president of the Health Commission of the House of Representatives, Juan Oscar Morales, announced that an investigation will be beginning on the frequency in which the agency carries out the same, having already requested information from the environmental health division to find out the details, and if they have the personnel to do them.
In the program Jugando Pelota Dura, González accepted that this is not the first time that Latin Star does not comply with the regulations established by law.
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