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CLOTHING AND TEXTILES RETURN TO WEEKLY MARKET

javeamigos.com | CLOTHING AND TEXTILES RETURN TO WEEKLY MARKET

Clothing and textiles will be returning to the weekly street market this Thursday, confirms councillor Marta Bañuls (Economic Development, Markets). A limited market with controlled access has been in operation on the Plaza de la Constitución since May 7th, only offering essential basic such as food and with the appropriate measures in place to reduce the risk of infection, such as a minimum distance between stalls and capacity control to encourage social distancing as well as the mandatory use of facemasks and disinfection gels.

Before the COVID-19 health crisis, the weekly market was distributed across three separate locations in the town but now it remains in one location - the Plaza de la Constitución - which has meant that the usual number of stalls has been reduced. The Council has decided to allow clothing, football and textile stalls to open for business but due to the reduction in available spaces, they will organised into two shifts which will alternative every 15 days. The fresh produce and food stalls will be available in full every week.

The Council ruled out the option to have two streets markets a week - one for vegetables and a second for clothing and textiles - because the stall holders tend to have their week organised covering several street markets in different municipalities. With a solution to alternative stalls, the Council has provided an opportunity for dozens of small stallholders to re-open after several months of inactivity until the regulations regarding street markets are clarified or made more flexible.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Xàbia
Date: Tuesday 30th June 2020


El mercadillo semanal de los jueves recupera a partir de esta semana los puestos de textil

El mercadillo semanal de los jueves recupera a partir de esta semana los puestos de textil. La concejala de Fomento Económico y Mercados, Marta Bañuls, ha explicado que los protocolos preventivos ante la Covid19 tienen dos medidas básicas para la venta ambulante: distancia entre los puestos y control de aforo al recinto donde se instalan.

Es por ello que el mercadillo de Xàbia se limitará a la plaza de la Constitución, donde desde la reapertura el 7 de mayo hay establecidas entradas y salidas controladas y en las que se revisa que los clientes lleven mascarillas y utilicen geles hidroalcohólicos. Antes las paradas se distribuían por tres emplazamientos distintos por lo que ahora con un único espacio y la ampliación de distancias obligatoria, y el número de puestos ha de reducirse.

El Consistorio ha propuesto que las tiendas de ropa, calzado o textiles se organicen en dos turnos y cada uno acuda de forma alterna cada 15 días. Los puestos de producto fresco y alimentación sí montarán al completo todas las semanas.

Se ha descartado hacer dos mercadillos a la semana (uno con verduras y otro con textil porque los propios vendedores suelen tener organizada la semana entre varios municipios).

Con esta solución se pretende dar una salida provisional a decenas de pequeños comerciantes que esperan reabrir desde hace meses hasta que las normativas en este sector se clarifiquen o flexibilicen.


 

 

 

 


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