Markets to be re-opened this weekend

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Indoor markets will re-open this weekend, President Klaus Iohannis has announced today.

We could notice that the number of infected people has significantly decreased in the past weeks. It is also true there had also been less tests. Yet, the decline is clear and this decrease can be seen all over Europe. We are not the only ones who took measures, others did as well.

So, we discussed with the experts and we decided to re-open indoor markets at the end of this week.

This is a great news also for the producers who want to sell their merchandise in the markets, but also for the Romanians who are shopping”, the president said.

Indoor markets were closed in early November, within other measures taken by the authorities to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
PM Ludovic Orban explained back then the decision to close down the indoor markets. “The measure will apply mainly to indoor agri-food markets. A high rate of infection spread is detected at the market, for people are usually paying cash there, you cannot use the card,” the PM argued.

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2 Comments
  1. Giles Eldridge says

    Orban’s original attack on markets was entirely unfounded and not based on any clinical evidence whatsoever – it was mere supposition. Where is the actual evidence that the virus was circulating in any meaningfully significant way within the local markets and not within Mega Image, for example?

  2. Giles Eldridge says

    “This is a great news also for the producers who want to sell their merchandise in the markets, but also for the Romanians who are shopping”, the president said.”

    In George Orwell’s book 1984 chocolate rations were reduced just so that they could be ‘increased’ the following week.

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