CEBU CITY, Philippines — Susan Escarlan normally welcomes her clients with an inviting grin as they approach her diner at the Freedom Park at the Carbon Public Market here.
Be that as it may, on Thursday, March 12, 2020, Escarlan decided to welcome them with "grinning eyes" rather as she has half of her face secured by a face cover.
Escarlan's restaurant is one of the go-to spots of the understudies in the close by colleges and universities who look for reasonable lunch fixes.
Wearing the face veil is among the measures that Escarlan and a few merchants of Carbon Public Market have taken taking into account the danger of the coronavirus malady and as suggested by the Cebu City Market Authority.
"Mosul-ob lang pod mi [og mask]. Naa na pod mi alcohol diri (We are now wearing masks and have sanitizing alcohols available here.)
City Market AdministratorJonil Matuguina, in any case, said the wearing of face veils isn't compulsory for the merchants.
What is basic, Matuguina stated, is for the sellers to keep their territories clean.
"We urge them to wear covers yet we additionally comprehend nga naay trouble in acquiring veil karon. Kung naay covers nga masul-ob, mas maayo nga magsul-ob pero kung wala, mag-sterilize lang sa kamot ug manghunaw," Matuguina said in a different meeting.
Matuguina said showcase authority staff will keep on haphazardly assess the slows down so as to check their sterile practices.
Keeping their regions clean, Matuguina included, is increasingly basic as the danger to wellbeing isn't just the coronavirus yet additionally different sicknesses that drag from messy environment.