The traditional fish market routine in my city

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    azwar.ipank

    Published on May 25, 2020
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    The condition of the traditional market of the community seems empty of buyers, it is caused by the slow down of the economic conditions of the local community after lockdown.

    Even so, fish traders in my city still continue to sell while hoping to the government that there will be improvements in terms of the economic community.

    This pandemic is our common problem, the same conditions also certainly occur in Hivers friendly countries wherever you are.

    I still consume fresh fish sold by fishermen in traditional markets. This is a form of helping their economy indirectly. Hopefully this pandemic will end soon, and the economic condition of the community will recover.

    Here is a video of a traditional market situation that sells various types of fresh sea fish in my city, happy watching my friends.


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