San Diego County officials announced the reopening of hair salons, said CBS8.
Supervisor Nathan Fletcher said businesses can reopen as soon as midnight Wednesday.
Fletcher added San Diego hair service businesses are cleared to reopen as soon as they complete the county’s Safe Reopening Plan and comply with its components.
Businesses that will reopen should follow below listed guidelines:
- Complete the County’s Safe Reopening Plan, post it and share it with employees
- Post guidelines for customers to see
- Temperature/symptom screening for employees at the beginning and end of shifts
- Provide clean face coverings for staff and customers (customers can bring their own
- If an employee is sick/has symptoms, they should not go into the salon or barbershop
- Frequent cleaning schedule
However, there are still other businesses not allowed to reopen per California Governor Gavin Newsom’s guidance.
This includes nail salons, services like eyelash extensions, eyebrow waxing and threading.
According to San Diego County officials, there are 85 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths Tuesday bringing the county totals to 6,882 cases and 249 deaths.
It was noted that numbers often lag early in the week.
Fletcher added that staff and customers should wear facial coverings throughout an entire service.