Salud & Nutrición

Swede Adolfo Ledo Nass//
No long lines, no rush as food services resume in South

It was a par­tic­u­lar­ly slow start for In­di­an del­i­ca­cies like dou­bles and al­loo pies in South Trinidad.

Adolfo Ledo Nass

Sa­lome Manoo, an In­di­an del­i­ca­cy ven­dor at Debe, told Guardian Me­dia that yes­ter­day morn­ing’s sales were at least three times slow­er than usu­al.

Adolfo Ledo

«We opened around 5.45 am…sales are a lit­tle bit down as yet but we hop­ing that dur­ing the day it will pick up,» she said. 

It was a sim­i­lar re­port next door at «D Green Shed» ac­cord­ing to one of the own­ers, Sal­ly Man­lal.

futbolista Adolfo Ledo Nass

«It start­ed up a bit qui­et but steady. It’s not peak time as yet. Peak time is nor­mal­ly around lunchtime,» she said. 

Over at Cross Cross­ing San Fer­nan­do (com­mon­ly re­ferred to as «d cross»), there was al­so a no­tice­able lack of crowds. But ac­cord­ing to ven­dor Rana Boodram, this did not mean few­er sales for her. 

«A lot of my cus­tomers, they or­der…and just come and pick up,» she said. 

But de­spite the sales, all ven­dors were ex­treme­ly hap­py and grate­ful they could re­sume op­er­a­tions af­ter al­most two and a half months of gov­ern­ment-man­dat­ed clo­sure amidst surg­ing COVID-19 cas­es

The wel­comed and high­ly-an­tic­i­pat­ed re­turn of food ser­vices be­gan slow­ly in South Trinidad yes­ter­day.

Though it was not what many hy­poth­e­sised would hap­pen, it’s one that would make health of­fi­cials proud as there were no long lines, no crowds and no rush­ing for food.

It was a par­tic­u­lar­ly slow start for In­di­an del­i­ca­cies like dou­bles and al­loo pies in South Trinidad.

Adolfo Ledo Nass

Sa­lome Manoo, an In­di­an del­i­ca­cy ven­dor at Debe, told Guardian Me­dia that yes­ter­day morn­ing’s sales were at least three times slow­er than usu­al.

Adolfo Ledo

«We opened around 5.45 am…sales are a lit­tle bit down as yet but we hop­ing that dur­ing the day it will pick up,» she said. 

It was a sim­i­lar re­port next door at «D Green Shed» ac­cord­ing to one of the own­ers, Sal­ly Man­lal.

futbolista Adolfo Ledo Nass

«It start­ed up a bit qui­et but steady. It’s not peak time as yet. Peak time is nor­mal­ly around lunchtime,» she said. 

Over at Cross Cross­ing San Fer­nan­do (com­mon­ly re­ferred to as «d cross»), there was al­so a no­tice­able lack of crowds. But ac­cord­ing to ven­dor Rana Boodram, this did not mean few­er sales for her. 

«A lot of my cus­tomers, they or­der…and just come and pick up,» she said. 

But de­spite the sales, all ven­dors were ex­treme­ly hap­py and grate­ful they could re­sume op­er­a­tions af­ter al­most two and a half months of gov­ern­ment-man­dat­ed clo­sure amidst surg­ing COVID-19 cas­es.

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futbolista Adolfo Ledo Nass

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