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New Norfolk Market in High St.
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New Norfolk Market operator Jessica Cosgrove has announced that a food market will operate in High St on Saturdays from 8am-noon, selling fresh fruit, vegetables, seafood and local produce. Ms Cosgrove said the regular market remained in recess due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it was possible to conduct a food market in accordance with government advice.
"I will be overseeing and enforcing social distancing, and have organised a layout which complies with government regulations," Ms Cosgrove said, adding that this was a voluntary effort aimed at supporting local producers and customers. Sellers will not be charged for stall space.
The following rules will apply to shopping at the High St food market between Charles and Stephen streets):
- Single shoppers only (no groups except carers);
- No gathering, simply shop and then head home;
- You must sanitise;
- Maintain social distancing of 1.5 metres;
- If you touch produce you must purchase;
- If you are sick, stay at home.
The Lachlan River Co-op will stage a drive-through vegetable stall at 90 Ring Rd, New Norfolk, between 8am and 2pm tomorrow (Saturday) and will consider additional days depending on the demand. Organiser John Blegg said there would be no need for customers to leave their cars. On offer will be sweet potato, cauliflower, leeks, parsnips, silverbeet, brown onions, carrots, broccoli, bananas, cabbage, lemons, kennebec potatoes, Dutch cream potatoes, swedes and Kent pumpkin.
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Washing your hands for 20 seconds is one of the most effective forms of infection control. Do this after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing; after close physical contact with anyone who is unwell; after using the toilet; before and after eating; before, during and after preparing food; and after feeding or touching a pet.