| The Saturday market in Parque de la Compañía is once again installed in its original posts from before the health crisis, but the reduction to 75% of posts is maintained | In order to provide the weekly markets in Molina de Segura with a reopening in the best conditions of safety and hygiene compared to COVID-19 once the New Normality enters into force in our Autonomous Community, the Molina de Segura City Council will continue to increase the percentage of positions according to the resolution of June 19, 2020 of the Official Bulletin of the Region of Murcia, which is 75% in the 6 weekly markets, with the adoption of all the sanitary hygiene prevention measures of safety and control distancing capacity, as reported, today Thursday June 25, the Second Deputy Mayor and Councilor for Markets of the town hall, Fuensanta Martínez Jiménez. Within the New Normality, when so proposed by the corresponding City Council, they may increase up to 100% of the positions.
It also follows the conditions of distance between posts, and delimitation of the street market for correct control of capacity by the security forces.
In these markets, the safety distance between posts, workers, customers must be complied with, and a limitation to 75% of the usual or authorized posts and an influx that guarantees the safety distance, which is 1.5 meters, will be guaranteed.
alternatively, the area authorized for the exercise of this activity may be increased, so as to produce an effect equivalent to the aforementioned limitation. The Molina de Segura City Council proposes, for all weekly markets on public roads, a separation between stalls of 1 linear meter minimum, thus ensuring the distance between workers. In all markets, the use of masks will be mandatory, smoking and eating are not allowed, and the safety distance of 1.5 meters will be controlled at all times. In the markets of Barrio del Carmen, El Panderón, La Ribera de Molina, El Llano de Molina and the market of the hamlet of Los Valientes, all food stalls will be allowed to be sold, as well as drugstore stalls, expanding the market area to adjacent streets, to maintain a safe distance between the 1-meter stalls, and between the 1.5-meter vendor and buyer; zones will be set up for entering and leaving markets, and a capacity control will be carried out. Therefore, the celebration of the 6 weekly markets in Molina de Segura will be allowed, with the following changes: - Barrio del Carmen: it has 65 authorizations for sale, and 65 stalls are allowed in the New Normal, for having increased the usual market area. - El Panderón: it has 53 authorizations and the 53 posts are allowed in the New Normal, for having increased the usual market area. - La Ribera Market: it has 4 stalls for sale, and 4 stalls are allowed in the Nueva Normalidad, as it is a district with less than 10,000 inhabitants. - El Llano de Molina Market: it has 7 authorized stalls for sale and 7 stalls are allowed in Nueva Normalidad as they are a hamlet of less than 10,000 inhabitants. - Los Valientes Market: it has 12 authorizations and 11 posts are allowed in the New Normality, as it is a district with less than 10,000 inhabitants. - Saturday market (in Parque de la Compañía): it is the one that will undergo the most changes regarding size; of 353 authorizations, only the sale to 265 stalls will be allowed, complying with the agreement of the Governing Council of June 19, 2020.
The location will be the usual one, Calle Profesor Joaquín Abellán, Calle Jesuíta Hernández Pérez, Avda del Parque, Avda de la Noria, Infanta Elena, Avda Granada, Paseo de las Letras and entrance to the park through Paseo Rosales. From the Department of Markets, work continues to adapt the weekly markets in the New Normality, in collaboration with the Department of Local Police, Municipal Warehouse, Sercomosa, and Public Health.
Said plan has been approved by the COVID-19 Monitoring Commission established in Molina de Segura. "The Municipality of Molina de Segura has been working for several weeks on the de-escalation plans of the municipality in order to reactivate the local economy, guaranteeing the health of Molines residents.
Likewise, we ask the citizens to comply with the regulations issued by the health authorities to public roads, that we all be consistent.
If we take care of ourselves, we take care of others, "says Fuensanta Martínez.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Molina de Segura