Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced today that personal services like hair salons, barber shops, day spas, or nail salons will be allowed to open on May 15.
Debbie Penzone, who headed up the working group that put together best practices for reopening personal services, said some changes in practices will include professionals wearing masks and clients waiting in their cars until their appointment.
Additionally, the governor announced Ohio’s outdoor dining will reopen on May 15 and dine-in service will resume on May 21.
According to Treva Weaver, a restaurant COO who led the state’s restaurant working group, the establishments will need to create floor plans to comply with social distancing guidelines and most all employees will be wearing masks in the reopening.