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Life in Jleeb quiet, but goes on

KUWAIT CITY, May 4: In Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, life goes on quietly after the cooperative society opened its doors after closing the main central market for two days after one of the volunteers was infected with the coronavirus.

The entire place was sterilized before opening the doors again for the consumers.

Volunteers distributing food parcels to residents in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh through the barbed wire

The gas cylinders distribution branch at the central market witnessed a large influx from the people of the region who queued from early morning until midday to get the cylinders.

However, the officials of the branch confirmed there is no shortage of cooking gas cylinders.

The director of the co-op, Ali Hassan told the daily that the administration has taken all preventive measures after a volunteer working in the co-op was found to be infected with the virus.

The preventive measures have been taken in cooperation with the ministries of Health and Commerce and Civil Defense and the central market was closed since last Thursday, to sterilize the entire place to ensure the safety of everyone.

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