Fairchild Street stall vendors threatened with a shutdown by the head of the Covid-19 monitoring unit, are blaming uncooperative customers for protocol violations and call for a greater police presence in the area.

Ronald Chapman had flagged as one of the unit’s major concerns people congregating at the stalls in the evenings.

And, ahead of the long Easter weekend had warned that unless directives and protocols are followed the stalls would be ordered closed.

But today, some of the stall owners also complained about the behavior of people who patronize the area saying that they lose business when they appeal to the customers to comply with protocols.

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