The Mayor and City Council of Georgetown has announced that the Stabroek Market will be closed to the public on Thursday, March 26 to facilitate the spraying/ sanitization of the market and its immediate environs by the City Public Health Department.
“Therefore, Stall- holders and Vendors will not be permitted to conduct business for that entire day. This exercise will be extended to the Bourda, Albouystown, Kitty and East Ruimveldt markets.
“The Council seeks the full co-operation of all Vendors, Stall holders and citizens in this regards. It is important that Council employs the necessary precautionary measures to safe guard the health, safety and wellbeing of the citizenry,” City Hall noted in a press statement Wednesday.