COVID-19 Information

(Updated 09/16/2020)

Twelfth Continuation of Health Order #3 issued by the Governor and State Health Officer. The following conditions for Salons and Barber Shops continue through September 15, 2020.

This is an extension of the Eleventh Continuation and all of the following conditions still apply.

Salons and Barber Shops may continue operating, in limited capacity, under the following conditions:

Patrons shall only receive services at stations with at least 6 feet of separation on all sides from other stations serving patrons;

The number of people (patrons and staff) in a confined area at any time shall be limited in such a way as to allow for adequate spacing between stations;

Employees shall be screened for symptoms of COVID-19, or exposure to an individual with COVID-19, prior to each shift; employees who are ill shall not be allowed to work; employees who have been exposed to a COVID-19 positive person within the previous 14 days shall not be allowed to work; employee logs of the screening activity shall be kept and made available for inspection by the local health officer;

All patrons must wear face coverings as much as possible when receiving service.;

All staff must wear face coverings when within 6 feet of customers or other staff;

The business shall maintain a record of staff working hours by date and time for purposes of COVID-19 contact tracing; if such record-keeping is done manually, sanitizing measures must be taken on the instruments used for record-keeping in between use;

Patrons in waiting areas shall remain 6 feet apart; waiting areas must have floor markers to indicate proper spacing;

Cleaning and sanitizing must be completed after each patron is served, including hand washing and surface sanitation;

The business shall not operate without appropriate protective equipment for all staff (face coverings, gloves for serving and cleaning, etc.), EPA-approved disinfectants and sanitizers, soap and other necessary cleaning supplies;

The business shall encourage contactless and non-signature payments; if not possible for the customer, card and payment stations must be sanitized after each use; staff shall sanitize hands between handling payment options; and

Signage must remind customers not to enter the business if they have symptoms of COVID-19, and the signage must be displayed at the business entrance.

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Sunday, November 8, 2020