Al Sailiya Central Market all set to reopen today Jul 01, 2020 0 5987 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaAl Sailiya Central Market will reopen on Wednesday in line with the government’s plan to gradually lift the restrictions imposed as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic.This was announced by Hassad, Qatar’s premier investor in the food sector, on Tuesday.In a statement, Hassad said the Ministry of Public Health, Aswaq for Food Facilities Management (a subsidiary of Hassad) has taken all the precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the virus in the Central Market.Starting with conducting complete sterilisation of the market to holding briefing sessions with all the traders and suppliers to organise the workflow, it has implemented all health and safety procedures. Awareness posters that includes a number of safety instructions, among them the necessity of having Ehteraz app, were placed in the market in various languages. In addition, thermal cameras have been provided to ensure the safety of all workers and consumers.Al Sailiya Central Market is an integrated marketing platform that includes a traditional market with 52 shops, a retail market with 102 shops, and a wholesale market with 50 shops. Moreover, the market includes an auction hall for local and imported fresh produce, which spans over 8,000 square metres.The market also includes cold stores that span over 4600 sq metres as well as 10 shops for fish, meat and poultry products, a hypermarket (4800 sqm), and a dedicated space for ration commodities. RELATED ARTICLES Qatar pledges $100 mn to help alleviate suffering of Syrians Jul 01, 2020 0 3948 Fuel prices go up Jul 01, 2020 0 5318 Sidra develops second COVID-19 rapid testing method Jul 01, 2020 0 5411 Phase II of lifting COVID-19 restrictions to begin today Tribune News Network Doha The second stage of the gradual lifting of COVID-19 restrictions will come into force from Wednesday as per the plan. The transition from stage 1 to stage 2 of reopening is based on public health .. Electricity and water usage goes up in May Electricity and water consumption has gone up in May as compared to the previous month, according to latest data released by the Planning and Statistics Authority (PSA). While electricity consumption in May has gone up .. Entry and exit points to and from Industrial Area removed Within the framework of the implementation of the second phase of the plan to gradually lift the COVID-19 restrictions, the Permanent Committee for Industrial Area Affairs has decided to cancel entry and exit points to ..