To the editor,

I am at the Calhoun public access to the beach in Garden City. I reported to the portable toilet company that there’s no hand sanitizer in the restroom.

I was told that Horry County will not pay for hand sanitizer. They preach to wear a mask and that washing hands is very important. But they choose not to pay for hand sanitizer in portable toilet.

This is a real problem as I see it. Hand sanitizer is an important part of not spreading this disease.

Mary Frank

Murrells Inlet

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Karleen Kos

The Portable Sanitation Association International (PSAI) has published guidance for users and communities during the time of COVID-19. It is free at http://psai.uberflip.com/i/1263317-psai-covid-19-guidelines-for-portable-sanitation/0?. Decision makers and community influencers are also invited to contact me at the PSAI office for more information at +1-952-854-8300. Karleen Kos, PSAI Executive Director

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