Town of Wendell Board of Health
Scheduling shoppers by appointment is best; it prevents crowding and allows for contact tracing if necessary; keep a copy of your schedules.
A garage with the doors open would the safest location. The goal is to separate shoppers and residents of the home as much as possible.
Wear face coverings and disposable gloves at all times; change gloves as needed.
Provide hand sanitizer that is 60% or more alcohol.
Disinfect sale items and display tables; repeat as needed during the sale.
Tables should be spaced at least 6 feet apart.
Establish a one-way traffic pattern and mark it with heavy duty tape or signs.
No more than 5 people at a time, including the seller, may be in the sale area at once; allow room for 6 ‘ spacing; reduce number of shoppers otherwise.
Provide newspaper or other wrapping material for shoppers to use for their purchases.
Price items in round numbers to avoid the need to make change as much as possible.
Accept local checks.
Do not serve food or beverages during the sale.
If you or anyone in your family are not feeling well, do not go shopping.
Wear face coverings at all times.
Use hand sanitizer right before and after shopping.
Maintain at least a 6 foot distance between shoppers.
Look first, then touch only the items you intend to purchase.
If paying in cash, bring a range of small bills to avoid having to make change.
Bring your own shopping bags from home; you should wrap and bag your own purchases rather than having the seller do it.