Angola: Covid-19 - Markets Open From Tuesday to Saturday

Luanda — Unlike the three days set aside until today for sale in markets, during this period of the State of Public Calamity, these spaces will start operating, as of Wednesday (9 September) five days during the week, in sequence.

Thus, in the light of the new Presidential Decree on the extension of this period of isolation and social restrictions, the vendors are now authorised to sell, from Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and no longer only on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

According to the Minister of State and Head of the Civil House of the President of the Republic, Adão de Almeida, Sundays and Mondays will be days of sanitization and/or spraying, and the markets should operate from 07h00 to 16h00, similarly to" hawkers. ".

When presenting the news of the third State of Calamity, to be in force for 30 days, the government official warned, in the press conference on the subject, that the use of the mask both for traders and buyers remains mandatory, under penalty of fines.

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