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West side market remains open for in-person shopping, 'fully stocked' despite coronavirus pandemic

There are dozens of vendors to choose from.
Credit: Alyssa Raymond, WKYC-TV
In the West Side Market.

CLEVELAND — A Cleveland landmark is a source of light during a difficult time. 

A mixture of panic and preparedness has emptied store shelves across Northeast Ohio. But on Thursday, 3News learned that Cleveland's West Side Market remains open and is full of product and supplies. 

The City of Cleveland sent out a memo saying the long-time business hub is "fully stocked." 

Customers can consult with vendors to place orders, arrangement payment and schedule pick-ups. Pick-up is only available for 15-minutes near the loading dock behind the main building entrance and on Lorain Avenue, along the North side of the main building.

For a complete list of participating vendors, click here

The West Side Market's hours are Monday and Wednesday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. , Friday and Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday's 10 a.m. to 4 .m. For more information you can call 216-687-3387 or click here

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