| The enclosed space will have a single entrance and exit and a sense of movement, which guarantees control of capacity and measurements system in terms of the protection and distance required by the early stages of de-escalation | The Market resumes its activity this Monday, May 18, with nearly 40 food outlets, which will offer this public service with the highest quality guarantees To facilitate mobility, a free urban transport line is set up with departures and pick-ups from Plaza Paco Pim, Avenida Andenes Gregorio Sánchez Romero and Salones del Castillo The Weekly Market of Caravaca de la Cruz is provisionally moved next Monday, May 18, to the 'Festival Venue', next to the Santa Clara promenade and Castillo de la Cruz Halls.
The usual location at this time did not guarantee the conditions required by the regulations of the de-escalation process in terms of strict capacity control and social distancing. The chosen location meets the characteristics to offer this public service with the highest guarantees of quality and safety, complying with the ministerial orders of the state of alarm. "The criterion of prevention must prevail at this time.
For this reason, we have prepared this limited enclosure, which will allow everything to be ordered and controlled, avoiding any agglomeration of people or their presence without protection," said the mayor, José Francisco.
Garcia. José Francisco García reported that this decision has been previously discussed in meetings with the technicians and with the market vendors themselves, who have collaborated at all times and will make an effort so that, after two months of hiatus, the caravaqueños Do not be deprived of this basic and traditional food service, without forgetting that the economy of many families also depends on it. The change of location, next to the old town, will be provisionally maintained during phases 1 and 2 of the de-escalation process, based on technical and safety criteria.
The councilor who directs the area of ??Citizen Security, José Villa, has detailed that it is a limited enclosure, with an entry and exit point, capacity limitation, one-way traffic and the regulatory distance between users and shopkeepers. The facilities will be provided with toilets, which will be continuously attended by a disinfection operator, and also with signage.
Likewise, there will be an access control, which will require the use of a mask and will provide gloves or hydroalcoholic gel, as well as taking a temperature. The weekly market resumes its activity with food and basic necessity products.
There will be about 40 points of sale, complying with the ministerial order to reduce their capacity to 25%.
Their hours will be the usual, from 08:00 to 14:00. After the publication of the BOE with the regulations for phase 1 of the de-escalation -in which the activity of the markets with restrictions is allowed- last Monday, a possible change of location began to be studied.
The measure has not been made official until it has been communicated and agreed with the vendors and an opening plan has been articulated during these four days with the necessary organization by the municipal technicians. To support mobility from other points in the urban area, a free public transport line has been set up that will be active throughout the morning, for which the use of a mask will also be mandatory. The bus will stop every hour at Plaza Paco Pim (Elíptica) and at the bus stop on Avenida Andenes Gregorio Sánchez Romero.
Departures from 08:00 to 13:00 and returns from 8:30 to 13:30 (every hour).
Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz