Man and Van Ealing has No Fear

As reports of Swine Flu increase, Man and Van Ealing decided to spread what hopefully, will just be some words…

man-and-van-ealing-councilMan and Van Ealing has comprehensive contingency plans if Swine Flu became a pandemic but at this time there is no interruption in service. Cases of reported Swine Flu remain within tolerated levels and Man and Vans are confident that the pandemic will not occur.

With the 100th case of Swine Flu being diagnosed in the UK. The World Health Organization has increased its warning level from four to five, one below pandemic. In a worst case scenario Ealing Borough will be one of the worst hit areas in the country with 4,235 deaths. Three schools in London have already stopped children from coming into classes with cases of the potentially deadly virus being reported and there is an increasing fear that other services could be affected.  However this fear has not stopped Man and Van, London’s leading light removals company, to continue its reliable service in the area.

Roman Oruzinsky, Man and Van Ealing’s operation and logistics manager, has spoken to Ealing Primary Care Trust about the threat of Swine Flu; “I have talked to Ealing Council about how this virus could affect our service in the area and they assure me that robust plans are in place. The threat is real but at the moment it is just that… a threat. Swine Flu in the UK is not deadly and Ealing is well prepared. Needless to say Man and Vans are also well prepared and will continue to deliver the expert light removals service that we have become well known.”

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Man and Vans is London’s leading light removals and man and van service. To contact us either email or call 0845 170 0660.

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