Friday, February 15 2013 @ 03:49 PM EST
Contributed by: Don Winner
Hassan said the fish vendors were not wearing aprons, hairnets, and they violated other health standards.
The official said they would cite the administrator of the Seafood Market because in adjacent areas there are many unhealthy situations that threaten the health of consumers.
He said they found clams lying on the floor, and fish on wooden boards.
"These unhealthy situations must be corrected soon, because otherwise the fish market might be closed temporarily," Hassan noted. (Critica)