Lamezia, the testimony of a woman: ‘Quarantined for Covid, forced to live with waste’

Lamezia, the testimony of a woman: ‘Quarantined for Covid, forced to live with waste’
Lamezia, the testimony of a woman: ‘Quarantined for Covid, forced to live with waste’

Lamezia Terme – “For several days my family has been forced to live with waste, since my daughter is positive for Covid, we are all in quarantine but – despite repeated requests – the Multiservizi company has not yet collected our bags of garbage “. A Lametine lady tells about her condition of discomfort: her story begins at the end of April, as soon as her daughter is positive for Covid.

“The positive condition, ascertained by the ASP through a molecular swab – she says – is communicated to the Multiservizi company on April 29. We receive instructions on how to pack the garbage, or in double and sealed bags. In the meantime, our isolation begins and I myself I feel Covid symptoms, and in fact I test positive on the quick test and I am waiting for the molecular swab. Several times – the woman reports – I have turned to Multiservizi, asking for the collection of the waste that increases with the passing of the days. To date I have six bustoni loads deposited on the balcony. They tell me that they would have come to collect them but the days go by and no one provides the service. I want to clarify that we pay the waste tax regularly and I have no form of arrears. What is striking is the condition not only of discomfort but of serious concern because with the increase in temperatures, we are forced to live with bad smells and a situation certainly does not oppose tuna on the hygienic level. We waited a few days but, in the absence of positive feedback, I was forced to invest the situation with all the competent authorities from ASP to the same judicial authority “.

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Lamezia testimony woman Quarantined Covid forced live waste

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