PHOTOS Temporary trading venues set up after suspension of Xinfadi wholesale market in Beijing

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Temporary trading venues set up after suspension of Xinfadi wholesale market in Beijing

Xinhua

09:19, June 15, 2020

Xinfadi, the largest wholesale market with fruit, vegetable and meat supplies in Beijing, was suspended on Saturday for disinfection after personnel working there and the surroundings have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

To ensure the market supply, special sections have been set up for sales of vegetables and fruits with close-off management, according to a statement jointly issued early Saturday by the market regulation bureau and the health commission of the district.

A lorry carrying vegetables enters one of the five temporary trading venues designated following the suspension of the Xinfadi wholesale market in Beijing, capital of China, June 14, 2020.

A staff member offers parking direction to a lorry driver at one of the five temporary trading venues designated following the suspension of the Xinfadi wholesale market in Beijing, capital of China, June 14, 2020.

A fruit dealer unloads watermelons at one of the five temporary trading venues designated following the suspension of the Xinfadi wholesale market in Beijing, capital of China, June 14, 2020.

Vegetable dealers unload white radishes at one of the five temporary trading venues designated following the suspension of the Xinfadi wholesale market in Beijing, capital of China, June 14, 2020.

A vegetable dealer unloads green onions at one of the five temporary trading venues designated following the suspension of the Xinfadi wholesale market in Beijing, capital of China, June 14, 2020.

A fruit dealer unloads lychees at one of the five temporary trading venues designated following the suspension of the Xinfadi wholesale market in Beijing, capital of China, June 14, 2020.

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