Shoppers have masked up at the Orange Farmers Market after organisers asked people to cover their faces.
Many people and most vendors were masked up at Saturday's market at the Naylor Pavilion at the Orange Showgrounds, while police were also on patrol.
New market president Richard Dowling said the majority of people had followed organisers' requests.
"People have been really good and mostly kept moving, as you can see we've widened out the alley a bit and spread ourselves out a little bit," he said.
"I think it's worked really well.
I think it's worked really well.New market president Richard Dowling
"The police have been around and had a check so it's been good."
He said attendance had been down on what he'd expected, but understood why some people were steering clear of crowded spots.
"There weren't as many people around as we'd hoped, but I think that's because we had that case last week and the weather's not that flash," Mr Dowling said.
He said the Naylor Pavillion was the best spot to ramp up new measures, with "plenty of room" in the facility - even if it had been the site of the mobile coronavirus testing clinic seven days ago.
"We did ask a few questions about it all being cleaned and checked out so it's been thoroughly cleaned since then," Mr Dowling said.
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