Sana’a Continues to Close Malls Markets

The Technical Committee for the Prevention of coronavirus in Sana’a stressed the necessity of the continued closure of the malls and commercial markets from six in the evening until six in the morning to prevent the outbreak of the virus.

The committee also stressed during its meeting on Monday the importance of strengthening the role of community committees in districts and neighborhoods to enhance precautionary measures.

The committee stressed on the role of the endowments in the awareness process through preachers, stressing the development of proposals by the Public Works Office to transfer a number of markets in coordination with local councils in a manner that contributes to alleviating crowding.

It pointed out the importance of notifying restaurants and buffets about the delivery sale, with an emphasis on commitment to apply precautionary measures, spacing between customers, and tightening safety procedures for workers.

The meeting touched on the importance of strengthening measures related to supplying homes, markets and shops with chlorinated water, in addition to the commitment of citizens to wear gloves and masks and continued sterilization to counter the virus.

Preventive field work continues to confront corona in various governorates of Yemen, where spray and sterilization teams in the capital’s secretariat have implemented a spray and sterilization campaign for a number of service establishments, markets, streets in a number of districts, as part of the contingency precaution to confront the virus.

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Teams of the General Authority for Environmental Protection targeted markets, hospitals and neighborhoods in various districts of Sana’a, targeting places where there are gatherings.

In Sa’adah province, the Civil Defense Department in the city, in cooperation with the provincial water office in the governorate and the joint operations room to confront corona, carried out a spray and sterilization campaign for the main streets, central markets and shops in the city.

In Hodeidah province, the Local Water and Sanitation Branch of Beit Al-Faqih district is continuing a campaign to spray and sterilize streets and markets as part of precautionary measures to counter the emerging COVID-19.