TUMAUINI, Isabela, March 30 (PIA) - One of the Northern Isabela towns of this province has started rolling out its mobile market service started to its barangays yesterday.
Tumauini Mayor Arnold S. Bautista said the LGU's mobile market service is selling agriculture products and other basic goods to the rural areas as a measure to ease the burden of residents due to Enhanced Community Quarantine implementation.
"Our constituents need not to travel to the market to ensure non-accumulation of COVID - 19 as the market goes to their barangays," Tumauini Mayor Arnold S. Bautista said.
The mobile market service brings market sellers their goods to the barangays such as vegetables, meat, fish, eggs, rice, condiments, spices and many other prime commodities needed by the people.
The mobile market service started its operations on March 29 servicing clustered barangays to include: Cumabao, Camasi and Dy Abra (first cluster) Antagan 2nd, Namnama, Antagan 1st and Caligayan (2nd cluster) and will continue in other villages of the town in the succeeding days.
The mobile market starts to sell at 6:00 a.m. everyday.
Bautista said, aside from selling basic and prime commodities, the mobile market service also offers free treated drinking water to the residents. (MDCT/MGE/PIA-2/Isabela)