Salons in Utah will be able to open May 1, but with extreme restrictions

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News update) – Governor Herbert announced personal service salons will be able to open on Friday, but with extreme restrictions as outlined in the Utah Leads Together 2.0.

On Friday, Utah will be shifting from the red color or “High Risk” phase to the “Stabilization” phase, meaning some businesses will need to follow guidelines if they want to stay open.

For personal service salons this means they must use extreme precaution and follow strict hygiene protocols like washing your hands for at least 20 seconds and using hand sanitizer often.

Additionally, service providers must wear face coverings as well as their clients and meticulously monitor for symptoms.

Read about the Governor’s full announcement on re-opening Utah businesses here: Governor Herbert to move Utah into 1st phase of reopening Friday

Mayor Jenny Wilson has yet to discuss if she will be extending the Stay Safe Stay Home order which could affect salons in Salt Lake County. That announcement is expected Wednesday.

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