Palestine: Adversely Affected for Ramadan


Palestine: Disastrous economic conditions and Coronavirus pandemic are adversely affecting Gaza markets ahead of Ramadan. Amid a disastrous economic status quo and the new reality imposed by the outbreak of Coronavirus, Al Zawya market in Gaza is witnessing low demand ahead of Ramadan holy month.

Shops and stalls in the ancient Al Zawya market are preparing for the holy month by decorating their entrances with Fanouses and glaring lights. Despite having stockpiles at affordable prices, demand has been lower than the last year given the panic that accompanied the outbreak of Coronavirus and the financial hardships that citizens endure in Gaza.


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