A number of flea markets in the state are now open after the governor’s executive order on Monday to allow the reopening of some businesses. The vendors promised they would still maintain social distancing following McMaster’s order of keeping business space clean and limiting the number of people gathered together.
A number of flea markets in the Upstate reopened this weekend including the Spartanburg flea market on Asheville Highway, Barnyard Flea Market on Highway 101 in Greer, and Anderson Jockey Lot in Belton.
Customers going to one of these flea markets are encouraged to wear a mask and practice social distancing. The flea market will be limiting traffic through the market to one direction and the number of people who can go inside enclosed shops.
Flea markets were among the classes of businesses that McMaster allowed to reopen this week along with department stores, clothing boutiques, and sporting goods stores. Other businesses where people are likely to come in close contact like restaurants, gyms, and salons are still closed.