Thai Talay Market, Samut Sakhon Fish Raft, Closed The fresh market was quiet without people. After COVID hit

Atmosphere at Thai Talay Market, Samut Sakhon The seafood wholesale market is closed. The fresh market selling seafood, dried food and fruit is very quiet and many shops are closed. After the news of the coronavirus People do not dare to walk.

As the Mahachai Fisheries Development Cooperative Committee has voted to announce the closure of the shrimp and fish markets It is forbidden to have any trading. All in the market area (Thai Talay Market) from December 21, 2020 until January 3, 2021 to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Later, at 2:00 pm on December 21, 2020, the reporter went to explore the Thai Talay Market, Moo 1, Tha Chin Subdistrict, Muang District, Samut Sakhon Province, found that in the inner Thai market area that is the source of Wholesalers have closed all rafts. As for the fresh market area that is still open, seafood, dried food and fruits are sold, but it appears the atmosphere is very quiet. With a large number of stores closed And some of them open without customers

From asking the seafood vendors in the market Said the situation was very bad Because the news is out a lot And this point is like an alien center Scare people away Because where there are many foreigners, people will not dare to enter. So the market has to be in this condition. And if the shrimp market, the fish market is closed, it will not sell because if it is open, it cannot be sold.

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