However, in a diploma published in the Government Gazette earlier this month, the Government stated that "the capture, maintenance on board, unloading and sale of sardines is prohibited on all national holiday days", as well as the transfer of sardines to ports other than that of the port of unloading and also unloading in more than one port per day with the same vessel.
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