Face coverings and masks can be non-compulsory for company on the Beloit Farmers Market beginning this Saturday, in accordance with an announcement from the Metropolis of Beloit.
The information follows modifications in steering from the CDC for masking by fully-vaccinated people, which led to Rock County and the Metropolis of Beloit ending masks necessities. The Beloit Metropolis Council took motion on Might 17 to finish all emergency orders within the metropolis associated to masking, social distancing and gathering limitations.
Farmers Market workers and volunteers will put on face coverings, and the market’s capability can be elevated by 50% based mostly on Rock County capability limits for giant occasions. The market can now have 800 individuals attend at a time.
The market elevated vendor numbers and noticed extra attendees when it returned on Might 1.