ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — The Rockford City Market says it has received authorization from the Winnebago County Health Department to serve beverages and add tables and chairs this Friday.
According to a statement, the market, annually between Water and Madison Streets on Fridays, will still urge social distancing.
The vendors will operate on a transaction basis, during which they can operate with carryout food, like an outdoor grocery store.
Booths will be spread out, utilizing a one way traffic pattern.
Face coverings will be required, and credit or debit transactions are preferred.
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