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The ongoing cluster at Jurong Fishery Port – now linked to the KTV lounge one – has led to the temporary closure of the port till July 31 for deep-cleaning and to halt the transmission of Covid-19. It is one of Singapore’s two fishery ports and has over 100 vendors. As a result of this development, seafood stalls from all wet markets managed by the National Environment Agency (NEA) were also recently ordered to cease business until their mandatory Covid-19 tests results have been cleared.

This has raised concern among consumers and businesses alike, with many rushing to wet markets to secure seafood supplies. 8days.sg speaks to several fish soup stall hawkers who are reliant on a steady stream of fresh fish to run their businesses.

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