COVID-19 facility vandalized

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NTTC

The 75-bed NTTC Center on Nugent Avenue will be made available from Monday, 6 September 2021.

It had been vandalized by thieves who damaged air conditioning units in order to steal copper pipes, and engaged in other harmful activities.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. I have to laugh I made a comment about this graveyard building and ANR never posted it, because I called one of the ALP apologist a a** ki**** now they have an article on the same building that the taxpayers spent millions to retrofit with and invisible elevator. ANR tell your pay master them time up, they must go and go now. Failed experiment.

  2. What did you expect? Funny that at the same time the building was abandoned that works were speeded up to complete the ABLP headquarters next door. Hmm

  3. This is sad. I really hope those responsible are caught. You can be against covid. But do you think you are doing the government harm by destroying a facility that is setup to care for those persons that catch the disease?
    We need to start investing in smart surveillance of certain strategic properties. Like schools etc. Some countries like London have cameras on every street corner. And we need to use drones for night surveillance as well. You cannot have police everywhere. And we need watching eyes everywhere. Even if it were to patrol our borders or to spot illegal dumping of waste.

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