About 25 per cent of small or medium sized businesses are estimated to have closed their doors permanently, in the downtown San Fernando area.

According to the area's Chamber of Commerce President Kiran Singh, they were hoping to see a greater easing of restrictions by the Prime Minister last Saturday.

He told reporter Cindy Raghubar-Teekersingh today, the food and beverage sector remaining closed means thousands remain on the breadline, struggling to survive.

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