Rat droppings and other inadequate repairs sparked the immediate closure of the convenience store in Maiti.
Guam – The San Jose Supermarket in Maiti has been temporarily shut down due to horrifying reports of a pest infestation. Public Health Director Jim Gillan tells PNC that it was “only a matter of time” before the problem at San Jose got out of hand.
According to Gillan, rat droppings and other inadequate repairs sparked the immediate closure of the supermarket in Maiti.
The Director of public health tells PNC that he worries that the store owners “just don’t seem to care” about their facility.
He says San Jose has already had their permit revoked and will be required to reapply in order to re-open.
This is now the second time this year where the store had to temporarily shut down due to uncleanliness and poor standards.