It is expected that in the next few days the iconic Maracaibo market will reopen the first phase.
“Giraffes” and gates will be arranged in the center of Maracaibo to control access “with collective discipline” to the Las Pulgas market.
This was announced on the afternoon of this Saturday, August 1, by Governor Omar Prieto.
Through tweets, he noted: “We continue with the planned work to continue to reorder and transform the Las Pulgas market for Zulianas and Zulianos. We already have” giraffe “lists, bars and gates to control access with #DisciplinaColectiva in the middle of the battle against # COVID19 “.
In a second trill, Prieto stressed that these works “are added to the disinfection tunnels, to the 8 thousand tons of asphalt, lighting system, security and legal regularization of commercial premises. It is the new Las Pulgas market for honest work based on a healthy economy. “
On May 24, the popular market was closed due to the coronavirus outbreak detected there and which became the largest in Venezuela.
Two days ago, the Governor announced that in the next few days it is planned to reopen the first phase, in which the formal trade sector will only start work, when ordered by the National General Staff.