Market management should arrange antiseptic solution at convenient locations, encourage sellers to measure their temperature, wear a mask, as recommended by the Ministry of Health.
According to the Ministry of Health, in order to prevent the spread of COV in the community, buyers, sellers and market managers need to strictly adhere to anti-epidemic measures.
Specifically, do not go to the market while in home isolation or show fever, cough, or shortness of breath. When entering the market, must wear a mask when entering the market, keep a minimum distance of one meter when queuing at the entrance, at checkout, when exchanging with the vendors … Wash hands with antiseptic solution before enter the market and when leaving. Do not spit, spit; litter, masks indiscriminately. Cover your mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing.
The sellers and workers at the market do not go to do business while they are on home isolation or show signs of fever, cough, or shortness of breath. Must wear a mask during the time selling, working at the market. Wash your hands often with soap or sanitize your hands with an antiseptic solution, especially when you visit the market or after you leave. Do not shake hands, keep a distance of at least one meter when in direct contact with customers.
You must install and activate the tracking application, the medical notification application during the market time if you use a smart mobile device. Promptly notify the market management or health facility when discovering cases of fever, cough, difficulty breathing.
Market management encourages vendors to measure their customers’ body temperature. Arrange sales places, stalls appropriately spaced, encourage the installation of partitions between stalls; the bar identifies standing position, distance between seller and buyer …
Over the past time, Hai Duong has recorded a number of Covid-19 patients who are traders, traders in markets, or deliver goods and transport goods at the markets. When organizing the epidemiological traceability, Hai Duong authorities repeatedly issued urgent notices to find people who had been to market stalls during the time when people were infected with CoV.