What businesses and professionals must cease in-person operations and close to the public during this time?

Posted by Becca Graham on

• Bars
• Nightclubs
• Gyms
• Fitness centers
• Bowling allies
• Theaters
• Live performance venues
• Operators of amusement parks
• Dine in-services at restaurants and private social clubs
o Exceptions: Take-out; curbside pick-up; delivery; and dine-in services at hospitals, healthcare facilities, nursing homes, or other long-term care facilities
• Estheticians (e.g., waxing, threading, eyelash extensions, cosmetic treatments)
• Hair designers
• Body art studios (commonly known as tattoo parlors)
• Beauty shops and salons (including home beauty shops and salons)
• Barber shops (including home barber shops)
• Cosmetology schools
• Hair design schools
• Barbering schools
• Esthetics schools
• Nail care schools
• Licensed massage therapists

All other entities may continue to operate subject to specific restrictions. Those restrictions vary depending on whether your entity is Critical Infrastructure.