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Not even a pandemic will stop the Filipinos from celebrating the Christmas season.
A lot of small businesses in the Philippines were forced to close due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
'Paskuhan sa Maynila' was organized by LGU Manila to offer help to those businesses greatly affected by the lockdowns due to the pandemic. This bazaar is located at Mehan Garden that showcases items such as clothes, gadgets, and food.
Shoppers can find Christmas delicacies like ham, Bibingka, and Puto Bumbong in this bazaar, so make sure to stop by and try it. Products from Mindanao like Durian and many more can be spotted on the store 'Mienda Tienda'.
Paskuhan sa Maynila also holds live performances for all those who will visit.
According to Levi Facundo from Manila City Bureau of Permits, booths and stalls that are most likely to be crowded are strategically placed in certain locations that will not increase the risk of people flocking together. Medical and police units are dispatched to provide order, help, and double-check the safety of the shoppers and business owners in the bazaar.
'Paskuhan sa Maynila' is open from December 1, 2020, until January 2, 2021. Make sure that you wear your face mask, face shield, and bring with your alcohol at all times.