Wolff's Flea Market Wellness Information

 

UPDATE: MAY 21: Illinois lifted its mask mandate in line with the CDC announcement that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks in a variety of indoor or outdoor settings. Unvaccinated people should continue to wear masks as this time.

Fully vaccinated means it has been 2 weeks since you received your second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or the single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.  

 

We encourage vaccinations according to CDC, IDPH and your health care provider's recommendations. They are free and widely available for those 12 years old and up. Let's keep moving toward the goal of a full, healthy reopening of Illinois.

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We ask visitors to please be honest, responsible and respectful to each other in their choices and actions. 

 

Some of you who are vaccinated might choose to continue wearing masks. We respect and support your decision to do so. It’s all good! Food truck staff and our employes will continue to wear masks at this time.

 

We look forward to taking one more step forward and appreciate those of you who wore your masks during the first 4 flea markets of 2021. We know this was challenging at times for vendors, customers and the staff  involved in mask education. Thank you for your patience.

We continue to work with the IDPH, DCEO and Village of Rosemont to maintain a current protocol specific to us as an outdoor flea market. Other indoor and outdoor Illinois businesses will be doing the same.

  1. Self Screen: Do not come to market if sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID 

  2. Respect each others space. Maintain 6' distance between groups & form a line as necessary

  3. Wash your hands - hand sanitizer located around the market

  4. Vendors & Staff will be observed for symptoms of illness

  5. Please continue to enjoy our large outdoor dining area located in the fenced area behind the food trucks

  6. Surfaces will be washed frequently

  7. Building remains closed. Porta-potties and a restroom trailer on site.