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Suva-Nausori residents prepare for lockdown


May 13, 2021 01:16:42 PM

Suva-Nausori residents prepare for lockdown People living in the Suva-Nausori containment areas are crowding supermarkets from this morning to get all essentials before the commencement of a 77-hour lockdown from 11pm on Friday.

Savaira Baleilevuka of Tamavua said she had to stand in a long line at the Superfresh Supermarket although she left home early.

“I just bought non-perishable food items as advised by authorities. It was good to see that people were practicing good hygiene and social distancing,” Baleilevuka said.

“It was also good to see that staff of the supermarket limiting items like sugar, flour and rice to just one pack per customer as many people during this tough time get very selfish and do not think about others."

“Also staff of the supermarket were wiping off trolleys and baskets used by the customers."

She said a good supply of fresh fruits and vegetables at the supermarket was a delight as this stopped her from heading to the market.

Rahul Prakash of Samabula told FijiLive that by the time he was allowed in the supermarket there were no more essential food items.

“There were no more essential food items by the time I was allowed in. Items like sugar, rice and flour were sold out and the supermarket did not seem to have any more in stock as the shelves were empty."

“I had to do my shopping as the authorities had warned us for a 77 hours curfew due to the new cases received but it is truly disappointing to see no stock of essential items," he said.

Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong said they have given people more than enough time to prepare properly without causing mass mayhem and disorder

“They have two full days to manage their shopping and purchase food and other essential items for their home,” Dr Fong said.

“If you are going out to do shopping, you must have careFIJI app installed with Bluetooth turned on it does not chew data or battery.

“If you go to the supermarket and see a crowd, do not add to the problem. It could literally endanger your life and the lives of those you love.

“If you see a crowd, go to a different shop or do your shopping at a different time. Better yet, call 158 and report the violation of coronavirus protocols,” he said.

He said businesses must take responsibility by ensuring mask-wearing, physical distancing and mandating the use of careFIJI by all staff and shoppers. 

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka


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