Markets will be allowed to reopen from today after the Prime Minister announced last week that it is safe for outdoor salespeople to return to work.
Here are some of the markets you can visit and enjoy in Kent while the weather is still bright and sunny.
Maidstone Market at Lockmeadow
Maidstone Market will reopen on Saturday, June 13 and will be held in two locations to allow people to maintain social distancing.
Stalls will be selling goods in the outdoor Market Square and the covered Undercroft Area.
The council hopes opening the markets will encourage people to shop with local vendors and are even offering free pitches to those new to the market who produce their goods locally.
The market will open twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7am to 1pm.
Gravesend Borough Market
The Gravesend Borough Market will be welcoming shoppers back on June 6 with the hope of expanding their stalls in the following weeks.
Traders will be providing essentials such as fruit, veg and cheese to people visiting the Gravesend Borough Market Building.
To keep in line with the government guidelines, the market has introduced a 'come, buy and leave' approach to keep the market moving and shoppers safe.
There will be a limited number of shoppers allowed in the building at one time, with people expected to queue outside the building. A one-way walking system will also be in place and hand sanitiser will be available at the entrance.
Rochester Artisan Market
The Rochester Artisan Market, held on High St, Rochester, is coming back on July 11 from 10am till 3.30pm.
The market usually sells baked goods, collectable ornaments, vintage items and local artwork such as stained glass pictures.
With mid-July so far off, organisers are looking into the social distancing measures which can be put in place and say they will implement them accordingly.