Manager of Auto 8 Car Care Ltd., Melissa Sankar, spoke with the Express' Jermaine Cruickshank in Aranguez today. Sankar said she was happy that she and her team were back to work and ready to meet the needs of the public as the country rolls back the Covid-19 regulations.

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