The Dripping Springs Farmers Market will go on, at least for now.

According to a news release by the city of Dripping Springs, the city has worked with Hays County to make sure the weekly farmers market—which was canceled last week—will resume until further notice to provide locals access to healthy food.

The market is held every Wednesday from 3-6 p.m. at The Triangle between Mercer Street, W. Hwy. 290 and RM 12.

The market will be following Centers for Disease Control guidelines related to similar events and gatherings. According to the city, precautions to help limit the spread of the coronavirus will include spacing vendors at least 6 feet apart, having hand sanitizer available at all vendor stations, removing any seating areas, removing entertainment activities, only allowing food vendors and not allowing samples to be given.

The CDC also recommends people over the age of 65 or with compromised immune systems not attend. People who are sick are also not permitted to attend.