Personal care businesses ready to reopen to customers after 3-month shutdown

Nonessential businesses in New Jersey are preparing to reopen Monday for the first time since March.

News 12 Staff

Jun 21, 2020, 4:21 PM

Updated 1,400 days ago

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Nonessential businesses in New Jersey are preparing to reopen Monday for the first time since March.
Hair salons and barbershops will open for those in need of a cut for the summer.
Nail and tanning salons are other personal care businesses that are getting ready to welcome customers again.
Tattoo parlors will also be able to reopen in the new phase of reopening across the Garden State.
Many tattoo shop owners say they already have virus-related guidelines in place that they have always followed, including using disinfectant and wearing gloves.
Employees and customers will both also need to wear a mask or face covering.
Gyms are still closed, but some are preparing for their reopening anyway.
Ovox Gym and Training Center in Morganville has installed plexiglass in different sections.
The owner believes this and other protocols will help protect customers from catching the virus.
"We have a Peloton section, all the bikes separated," says Stu Rosenstein. "We have a free weight room, separated by glass, so we've done a lot of work in 12 weeks."
Official guidance on gym protocols has not been released by New Jersey.
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