LANGIHAN PUBLIC MARKET REOPENS ON SEPTEMBER 2, 2020
BUTUAN CITY - Langihan Public Market reopened on September 2, Wednesday after it was lockdown for disinfection of facilities.
According to the spokesperson of LGU Butuan Michiko De Jesus, vendors who tested negative on the rapid diagnostic test and have good health are the only ones allowed to be back in business.
“Pwede na sila mu-abli basta aduna na silay ma-sumite nga negative result sa ilang rapid diagnostic test ug ikaduha ang mubantay sa ilang mga stalls sa ilang mga tindahan, dapat lig-on ug baskog ang panglawas, unya magasuot ug face mask ug face shield,” said the spokesperson during a phone patch interview.
(They [vendors] may reopen their stalls as longs as they can submit the negative result of their rapid diagnostic test and their storekeeper. They should also have good health and must wear facemask and face shield. )
Scheduling of stall or store hours is implemented, and PNP personnel are watching over the area.
There are entry and exit points, and everyone entering the market must wear a face mask or face shield.
Meanwhile, mobile markets will continue making rounds in different barangays despite the resumption of the Langihan market.