The mayor of the Tucupita municipality, Loa Tamaronis, together with other institutions, conducted an approach at the Municipal Market and shops in the central district of the state capital Delta Amacuro, to verify that all vendors comply with biosecurity measures, established schedules and are up to date with health and food handling certificates.
This was reported by Tamaronis while touring the commercial establishments, who explained that they also made sure that the vendors will wear their aprons, hats, masks, respect social distancing and disinfect their work spaces.
Among the organizations that carried out the tour of the market are the Municipal Police, the Citizen Attention Office of the Tucupita mayor's office, as well as the directive of the facilities.
“We made a tour of the Municipal Market and its surroundings, as well as other places in the center of the city of Tucupita, and we will continue to do so with the purpose of enforcing sanitary regulations and carrying the message about the correct use of masks, social distancing and all the biosecurity measures that prevent the spread of the covid, the intention is that buyers can purchase their products with the greatest possible hygiene measure, so that their health is not affected, "said the mayor.
During the boarding, it was possible to verify compliance with biosafety regulations. However, officials urged vendors not to lower their guard in the face of the pandemic and those who are not complying with the necessary permits must catch up.