Mama Mboga not to chop food items

Markets traders selling perishable food items, or Mama Mboga have been directed not to chop their vegetables but sell them whole to customers to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Customers have been urged to buy whole vegetables and avoid chopped veggies.

It is a new measure to curb the spread of infections across the country in a bid to open up the economy.

In the guidelines, traders and hawkers will also have to re-plan their workplaces to maintain social distancing rules.

Jua Kali sector traders will have to assign work stations and tools for individual artisans and disinfect regularly shared tools.

Business owners running barbershops, salons and other beauty spots will have to maintain social distance while keeping at least one work station open between clients.

Or they might limit the number of clients at any given time or even one after the other basis.

All businesses are encouraged to adopt cashless transactions, ensure ventilation by leaving windows open if possible, clean work surfaces there to four times daily while keeping track of employee attendance through tracing.

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