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Hair salons and barbers can open

We unfortunately are unable to service any clients who are not residents of the state of Vermont unless they have followed through with the prescribed quarantine period.

7.3 Close Contact Business Stage 1 (Only Hair Salons and Barber Shops) (Effective 5/29)

Hair salons & barber shops may reopen subject to the mandatory health and safety requirements listed above, and:

Operations are limited to 25% (twenty-five percent) of approved fire safety occupancy; or 1 customer per 200 square feet; or 10 total customers and staff combined, whichever is greater.

Additionally, operators should separate customers in chairs, to achieve physical distancing of 6 feet for any activity that will occur for more than a few moments (e.g. a retail transaction).

To the greatest extent possible, operations shall be by appointment only with specified time periods for each client. No walk-In appointments or at home visits (house calls) are allowed.

Operations may serve only Vermont residents or others who have completed the prescribed quarantine.

For retail sales, curbside pickup is preferred; no testing / demonstration of products is allowed; and cashless/touch-less transactions are strongly preferred.

Operators must maintain a log of customers and their contact information for 30 days in the event contact tracing is required by the Health Department.

Only hair care services shall be offered during the first phase.

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