Mangaluru: Coronavirus - Retail sale suspended at central market


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (AM)

Mangaluru, Mar 25: Taking into account surge of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in neighbouring district of Kasargod, the district administration has decided to suspend retail sales at central market. Public will not be allowed at central market from Thursday, March 26.

However, proper arrangements have been made for public to buy from nearby grocery shops from 6 am till 12 noon.


Central market (file photo)

The district administration has said that strict social distancing has to be ensured by the vendors failing which action will be taken. Public are advised to follow social distancing measures, it advised.

 

 

 

  

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  • abdulla, india

    Thu, Mar 26 2020

    Mangalore Central Market is the dirtiest of all.
    why?
    educated people.
    just visit Singapore/Dubai/Sharjah
    and learn from them.
    design-build the best..cleanest central market.
    state of art...
    all taken care of.
    entry..exit.chiller...cold stores.
    receiving docks..dispensing.
    Various zone for :
    fish: meat: vegetables: fruits etc..
    A distinct.
    Cleaning the fish is like in the hospital check SHARJAH MARKET in UAE.
    fish needs to be covered with ice constantly..
    to keep fresh and clean. till sold.
    Health /Food inspectors to be constantly on rounds....to keep the health check.

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 26 2020

    Please also provide the names of the grocery stores near the Central market area, that are allowed to remain open to sell these fruits and vegetables, so that we can go directly to the stores.

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