Goods arrived at Hoc Mon Wholesale Market rise again as authorities take action

Goods arrived at Hoc Mon Wholesale Market rise again as authorities take action

After the Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper (SGGP Newspaper) published the article "Wholesale markets face risk of closure again" on September 24, Hoc Mon District authorities urgently checked and handled traders who illegally sold goods on the streets around the Hoc Mon Wholesale Market and nearby roads, such as the National Highway 22 and Nguyen Thi Soc Street.
Wholesale markets face risk of closure again

Wholesale markets face risk of closure again

When wholesale markets in Ho Chi Minh City were allowed to open transshipment points, it was expected to contribute to solving the shortage of essential goods in the context that the city implements social distancing. However, the result is not as expected.
Hoc Mon produce wholesale market before the social distance period

Hoc Mon wholesale market starts operating transshipment point today

The People’s Committee of Hoc Mon District in Ho Chi Minh City announced that it has approved the operation of a transshipment point in Hoc Mon wholesale market as of September 20. The working hour of this location is from 8pm until 6am the next day.

Hoc Mon District applies strict measures against spread of Covid-19

Hoc Mon District applies strict measures against spread of Covid-19

Along with the suspension of the direct delivery of goods to prevent the spread of Covid-19 at Hoc Mon wholesale market from June 28 to July 4, the People’s Committee of Hoc Mon District also decided to halt three more traditional markets with a higher risk of coronavirus infection.