| Customers who access the venue, with reduced forum to ensure social distance, go through a temperature control in which they are offered hydroalcoholic gel and a mask | The Santiago de la Ribera flea market was today the first to re-extend its stalls outdoors, although it had to be moved to a closed space, in the municipal car park on Calle San Francisco Javier, to adapt to the new measures.
The Thursday market in San Javier returns tomorrow in the Almansa park parking lot and the Saturday market in La Manga del Mar Menor on the soccer field, located in the Polígono G, past the Estacio bridge, reported Mayor José Miguel Luengo who attended the opening of the riverside market accompanied by the delegate councilor of Markets, Héctor Verdú. Following the general regulations, the markets are moved to limited spaces to facilitate the control of the 30 percent capacity allowed, maintain the distances of two meters between stalls and also between customers, who cannot access the products on display, in addition to ensuring a wide transit corridor.
The market in Santiago de la Ribera, which welcomed the first customers from early in the morning, offers a single tour with an entrance door and an exit door.
At the entrance, a checkpoint attended by Civil Protection controls access by taking the temperature and offering hydro-alcoholic gel and a mask to people who enter the premises. José Miguel Luengo celebrated that merchants could resume their work, albeit with the necessary restrictions to ensure hygienic-sanitary security for both sellers and customers.
The new location of the markets will be maintained, for the time being, indefinitely with the same protocol until new guidelines are produced in this regard by the central government, explained the mayor of Mercados, Héctor Verdú.
Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier