Govt of Barbados postpones Reintroduction of Alphabetical shopping

According to the new update of COVID-19, the Govt of Barbados postpones the Alphabetical shopping system's Reintroduction.

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Govt of Barbados postpones Reintroduction of Alphabetical shopping
Govt of Barbados postpones Reintroduction of Alphabetical shopping

Barbados: According to the new update of COVID-19, the Govt of Barbados postpones the Alphabetical shopping system’s Reintroduction.

Day by day, there are modifications in COVID-19 Update in Barbados. It is creating confusion among citizens. But Authorities of Barbados only want the safety and good health of their citizens.

What is the Alphabetical Shopping System?
The Alphabetical Shopping System, which was applied in the year 2020 to decrease the number of customers accessing supermarkets, banks, and hardware shops on any given or decided day, became a talking point on Friday after Prime Minister Mia Mottley proclaimed that the system might once again come into consequence on Sunday, to help alleviate the probability of the deadly coronavirus growing more freely on the Barbados island.

Govt of Barbados postpones Reintroduction of Alphabetical shopping
Govt of Barbados postpones Reintroduction of Alphabetical shopping

Dr. Jerome Walcott, Foreign Minister Senator, revealed, “We’ve learned the views of all sides – Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners (BAMP), trade unions, the private sector associations. The sub-committee deliberated and agreed after examining all of the matters raised and the issues and concerns. The initiation of shopping utilizing the alphabet would not be acquainted at this time. That, it was not required at this need of the hour to pursue that.”

Adrian Walton praised this idea by saying, “Good idea, it is a waste of time which still resulted in large numbers of people bundling up around supermarket the very thing that it was supposed to stop.”

“I agree; I hate to see people lining up in the sun at banks and supermarkets looking like beggars,” added Vincent A Adamson.

Mys Terious commented, “It never made sense this time around. Good decision.”

Recent Information:
According to sources, Guests to the Barbados island who have been left anticipating their COVID-19 test results for more than 72 hours will have the government’s expense of their hotel room. On the other hand, COVID-19 is still a threat to overcome. Following health guidelines can restrict the spreading of coronavirus.

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