Pennington Gap Farmer’s Market, Trade Day and COVID-19

The Town of Pennington Gap Farmer’s Market and some necessary precautions sellers and buyers will need to take note of, as pertains to the Coronavirus also known as COVID-19. Area farmer’s utilize this market to sell some of their surplus produce, and these guidelines are to ensure the safety of both the farmers and their clients.
For anyone wishing to sell or buy from the Pennington Gap Farmer’s Market, no one with a fever or other symptoms of possible COVID-19, or who has had known exposure to anyone with COVID-19 within the previous fourteen days will be permitted.
Everyone will be required to maintain current social distancing guidelines regarding physical distancing from one another. Remaining six feet apart during any gatherings, options for high risk individuals, and also staying at home if sick.
All employees and vendors in “customer facing” areas are required to wear a covering over their mouth and nose at all times.
Customers to the Farmer’s Market are also required to wear face coverings over their mouth and nose at all times.
No gatherings or groupings of more than ten people at a time are allowed in one location.
Venders are required to thoroughly clean and disinfect all frequently touched surfaces regularly.
Hand washing stations are available for visitors and most vendors also have hand sanitizer available for their customer’s use.
The Pennington Gap Farmer’s Market is open everyday for anyone interested in selling produce. Trade Day is held on the first Saturday of each month, which allows anyone to sell and trade their non-produce items. Starting time varies as the start of each day is solely dependent on the farmers/sellers discretion.

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