This country’s Petrol Dealers Association today wrote the attorney general for the second time in three weeks requesting they be allowed to open their convenience stores on Sundays.

This development comes as the sector reports that the covid-19 pandemic has had a massive impact on their business overall.

Head of the association, Aldo Ho-Kong-King, tells Starcom Network News that general business including petrol and convenience store sales have declined significantly at the 42 petrol stations over the past year.

This was due to the various shut downs, the huge fall off of in tourism and the number of people working from home.

Mr. Ho Kong-King tells Starcom Network News that on April 26thhe wrote the attorney general on behalf of the 34 dealers requesting an ease in the covid-19 directives that prohibit the convenience stores from opening on Sundays.

Having received no response from the attorney general to the first request, they wrote again today.

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