Lessons in hand washing

Lessons in hand washing

Monday, September 21, 2020

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Young Kai Jackson gets a lesson in hand washing from manager of the Spanish Town branch of VMBS, Sasha-Gay Wright-Wilson, at a newly installed hand washingstation on the grounds of Spanish Town Primary School.

Wright-Wilson, a past student of the school, was part of a team from Victoria Mutual Foundation which donated the equipment earlier this month.

She is joined by senior financial service specialist at VMBS, Patrice Bingham (right), and vice-principal Verona Thomas (left). (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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