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Sun Strength Traffic Lights in Puerto del Rosario
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In case people don't know how strong the sun is, and what sun protection to wear, a traffic light system has been set up in Puerto del Rosario.  See the photo:


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That looks like a great idea  Cool
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yes a great idea, but whether anyone will pay any heed to it is another thing Rolleyes

I spent 25 minutes last summer trying to explain to one of my Grandsons that cloud cover is no protection from UV, and let us just say he was less than convinced, and he is at Uni just about to get his degree!! {probably a degree in "What does my Grandad know he is an old Man" }  Smile Smile
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(04-03-2019, 10:39 PM)Captain Sensible Wrote: In case people don't know how strong the sun is, and what sun protection to wear, a traffic light system has been set up in Puerto del Rosario.  See the photo:

It wasn't there last weekend. They must have put it up yesterday. What was there over the weekend already installed was a couple of free sunscreen dispensers. Not sure if that's something new or not.

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...Uploaded the pic yesterday into the PDR Carnival 2019 gallery. with the rest of the photos and slipped my mind.
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(05-03-2019, 10:24 AM)Johnrgby Wrote: yes a great idea, but whether anyone will pay any heed to it is another thing Rolleyes

I spent 25 minutes last summer trying to explain to one of my Grandsons that cloud cover is no protection from UV, and let us just say he was less than convinced, and he is at Uni just about to get his degree!! {probably a degree in "What does my Grandad know he is an old Man" }  Smile Smile

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What factor is the freebie cream Sam?  Wink
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(06-03-2019, 12:13 AM)TamaraEnLaPlaya Wrote: What factor is the freebie cream Sam?  Wink

Yes. UVA, UVB & UVC. Big Grin
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