| The City Council has expanded the area to be occupied by the market to accommodate all food stalls in the venue, and Buyers may not get closer than two meters | The weekly markets that are held on Wednesdays in the neighborhoods of La Torrica and Campoamor will resume tomorrow as Phase 1 of the Descaling Plan allows this activity to take place.
The two market locations, La Torrica and Campoamor, will be unified in a unique space that will be the Fairground, in order to control the entry and exit of customers.
In addition, the City Council has expanded the area to be occupied to accommodate all the positions authorized for the sale of food products. The La Torrica market has 209 stalls, of which 72 are for food products, and the Campoamor market has 110 stalls, of which 47 are food.
Starting on Wednesday they will be held in the Festival Venue, which will be fenced, to guarantee the safety of workers and buyers.
There will be a single access to and from the premises through Verónicas street. Within the market, strict security measures will be carried out, the minimum interpersonal distance between workers will be two meters, the distance between market stalls, and between them and pedestrians, will be two meters, vendors must have masks and gloves disposable, and have hydroalcoholic gel for cleaning hands.
The use of masks will be mandatory when the interpersonal safety distance of approximately two meters between the worker and the client or between the workers themselves cannot be guaranteed.
Workers must cater to buyers one by one. The posts must have litter bins.
Trial products may not be made available to customers, and buyers should not touch the products. In addition, card payment will be promoted, avoiding, as far as possible, the use of cash.
The dataphone will be cleaned and disinfected after each use, as well as the POS if the employee who uses it is not always the same.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alcantarilla