Launceston's popular Harvest Market is planning to reopen physically on May 23.
The market was closed about two months ago over concerns around the coronavirus pandemic; an online market was launched in lieu of its physical closure.
There will be a few changes, according to market organisers, to ensure proper social distancing and public health guidelines are adhered to.
This includes no ready-to-eat stalls at the market, and no hot coffee for now.
Harvest committee member Caroline Williamson said volunteers with hand sanitiser available at each entrance will be monitoring traffic coming in and out of the market.
"We'll have market managers, board members and volunteers acting as 'social distancing' monitors, they'll go around and remind people if they're not queuing 1.5 metres apart to do so," she said.
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Harvest has advised people to not come to the market if they're feeling sick or have been in contact with someone showing COVID-19-like symptoms.
Patrons have also been told to only touch what they buy and where possible use only cards to purchase goods.
Ms Williamson said patrons should also only send one household member to the market if possible.
"We're asking people to treat it the same as they would a trip to the supermarket - you don't go to the supermarket to socialise, you buy your groceries and leave," she said.
The online market will continue to operate indefinitely once the market opens.