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Doors are opened as county enters first phase of lifting COVID-19 restrictions

UPDATED May 20, 2020 — Yesterday marked the first time in more than a month that local businesses were able to welcome customers back inside. Many flung their doors open to celebrate the occasion. Here’s a look at how West County businesses and residents are moving through this next chapter in the story of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Things are looking a little different at salons and doctor’s offices, including the wearing of masks by employees and customers alike and a marked absence of magazines in the waiting rooms.

Amanda Desmond explained that at Super Cuts in Chesterfield Valley, customers must complete a form that hopefully mitigates risks for both the company and its customers. Disposable plastic sheeting is used one time for each client. Stylist stations are fully cleaned in between clients. Temperature is taken for all employees and clients. Hands must be washed by clients upon entering. Hands must be washed by employees before and after client hairstyling. Clients and stylists must wear masks at all times. No facial work is being offered; beard trims only hair styling. No use of hairdryers. Employees open and close doors for clients.

While businesses are reopening, some places, including playgrounds, remained closed on May 20.

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