Kids Will Be Met With Temperature Checks And Hand Sanitizer As They Head Back To The Classroom In NY

New York, NY – September 24, 2020 – As thousands of children prepare to return to classrooms next week, two healthcare companies in New York are working around the clock to help in the fight to keep them safe during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. H2One Hand Sanitizer has joined forces with Prime Staffing to provide almost 400 New York public schools with nurses, healthcare professionals, and sanitizing products. The first of the children are due back in class on September 29 – the remainder on October 1.

H2One has already donated more than 10,000 bottles of its premium hand sanitizer to the schools, as well as creating an animated video aimed at both kids and moms to teach the proper way for children to sanitize and wash their hands.It is just one of the ways the children will be encouraged to stay safe both inside the schools, and at home.

Under the direction of the NYS Department of Education, Prime Staffing will assign nurses and healthcare professionals to schools in each of the five boroughs, and in turn, thanks to H2One, provide those healthcare workers with desperately needed hand sanitizer for kids, staff, and healthcare workers at the schools. During the height of the pandemic, Prime Staffing helped place hundreds of urgently needed critical care and nursing staff to Tri-State area hospitals. CEO Michael Fazio says he is proud to now focus his attention on children: “As a father of two, I want to make sure that our schools are as safe as they can be when the kids return, and these healthcare workers will make that a reality.”

H2One CEO Alfred Zaccagnino, a proud father of two children, believes that among the most important step to keeping the virus at bay is keeping hands clean and sanitized: “We are delighted to partner with Prime Staffing on this important project which will not only will keep children safe, but will also go a long way to educate them on the importance of sanitization in our new normal. Applying sanitizer, in addition to washing their hands, should become as second nature to kids as tying their shoelaces.”

H2One donates one bottle of its hand sanitizer for every bottle sold online, to Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and San Francisco-Marin Food Bank.

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