Cleaning Up Debris? Wear Gloves, Boots, and Get a Tetanus Shot if Needed.

Oct 10, 2015

Anyone working in working in enclosed spaces where mold may have taken hold should were masks as well as gloves.
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  Governor Haley says the shelters do not currently need donations or volunteers. Right now, volunteer help is needed cleaning up debris in recovering neighborhoods. DHEC Director Catherine Heigel says volunteers should wear work gloves and boots and get a tetanus shot if needed. She says that if you are not sure whether or not you have gotten one in the past ten years, it is safe to go ahead and get a booster. On Sunday, DHEC plans to open localized clinics in the Midlands to assist volunteers, and local health clinics can also provide shots. For more information, visit SCDHEC.gov. To volunteer or donate, call 888-585-9643.