The order, which will take effect on January 17, will only allow vaccinated persons to enter the premises of the public market.
This means that market shoppers, stall owners and vendors must show or display their vaccination cards when entering the vicinity of the public market.
Torres had tasked the Guagua police and the Municipal Risk Reduction and Management Office to implement the order.
The public market will also be closed every Monday starting January 17 to prevent the surge of Covid-19 cases in the town.
The mayor said all necessary precautions have already been undertaken to ensure vendors and workers are free from coronavirus infection.
“The customers are still required to wear face masks and face shields as well as observe the necessary social distancing protocols,” Torres said.
The Guagua Public Market is the biggest in Pampanga at 1.7 hectares. It is composed of 10 buildings. It serves the needs of second district towns, as well as coastal towns of Macabebe and Masantol through its fish port.