Ukkadam fish market closed for violating Covid-19 standards | Coimbatore News


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Coimbatore: City company commissioner J Sravan Kumar conducted a surprise inspection at the wholesale fish market at Lorrypet close Ukkadam at the wee hours of Saturday and ordered the officers to shut the marketplace for breaking up the authorities standards to include the Covid-19 disperse.
A company supply, who did not need to be named, stated,”A massive crowd had gathered in the current market, projecting social distancing standards to end. Some people weren’t wearing face masks. The company commissioner subsequently led officials to shut the marketplace.”
Afterward, the dealers have been requested to shut the industry immediately. “A decision on the sector is yet to be created,” the source said.
The audience, he said, could have accumulated in massive numbers due to the entire lockdown from 5pm on Saturday to 6am on Monday.
HS Bawa, president, Coimbatore District Fish Dealers’ Association, stated,”From our side, we’ve been generating awareness on the importance of keeping social distancing and wearing face masks one of the people by means of public statements and posters. We also have altered the marketplace timings from 4am-12pm to 1am-7am dependent on the official management to stop crowding.” TNN


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