The weekly market has returned to Calasparra, following the sanitary indications and complying with the Order of the Ministry of Health.
During this morning the residents of the town have been able to approach the Fairground to make their purchases.In order to comply with sanitary regulations, the Calasparra City Council has been working to find a location in accordance with these, since in the current location not all the required security conditions were met, such as the perimeter closure of the entire compound.
These conditions must be applied for the duration of the health crisis due to COVID-19.The weekly market has moved to the fairground, in the town of Las Eras, for the placement of stalls, with full guarantees of safety and distances.Among the measures contemplated by the Order of the Ministry is that the capacity must be one third, depending on the total surface of the market; This must have a perimeter closure; and only stalls for food and basic necessities may be installed.The entrance to the venue has been made individually, with the exception of those who need help, and the use of masks is mandatory.
Both at the entrance and at the exit, they should clean their hands with a hydroalcoholic solution, a measure that will also apply to vendors.Local Police and Civil Protection have been in charge of surveillance and access control, for the proper functioning of the regulations, such as the need to use protection elements, to maintain the physical distance between clients and vendors and the obligation not to touch the products.
Traders have sanitized the elements of their stall during assembly and disassembly.
The distance between vendors has been two meters and, at each position, the safety distance between workers has also been maintained, if the position allowed it.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Calasparra