This Attachment applies to personal care services including, but not limited to, the following business types:
i. Hair salons and hairdressers;
ii. Day spas, permanent cosmetic colorists, estheticians, and esthetics locations;
iii. Nail salons and manicurists;
iv. Barber shops and barbers;
v. Tattoo shops and tattoo artists;
vi. Body piercing locations and body artists;
vii. Tanning facilities;
x. Lactation consultants;
Nothing in this advisory document or any attachment shall be construed to waive any existing statutory,
regulatory, or licensing requirements applicable to providers or businesses operating under this attachment. Service providers should consult their licensing board for additional direction on standards for providing services.
Business owners and licensees of state boards may opt to require more stringent safety and sanitation measures when reopening.
i. Reservations are encouraged. Walk-ins are permitted. A visitor log is not necessary, but one that has sufficient information to be able to contact a visitor should the need arise can be helpful.
ii. It is encouraged to continue having employees, who are in direct contact with the public, wear cloth face coverings.
iii. Social distancing of at least six feet continues to be a best practice.
iv. Persons with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 should not be on the premises.
i. Licensees of the Board of Barbers and Hairdressers are required to follow all safety and sanitation statutes and regulations. The links below provide every day and COVID-19 compliance information
ii. Any sanitation protocols required in state licensing statutes or regulations that are more stringent than those listed in this attachment must be followed.
iii. Persons with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 should not be on the premises
i. Contractors, such as booth renters, are responsible for providing their own equipment and for maintaining all shop safety and sanitation requirements during the hours they are working
ii. Licensed schools may reopen.
iii. No employee displaying symptoms of COVID-19 will provide services to customers. Symptomatic or ill employees may not report to work.
iv. No employee may report to the work site within 72 hours of exhibiting a fever.
v. Employer must establish a plan for employees getting ill and a return-to-workplan following CDC guidance, which can be found online at:
i. It is recommended that cleaning and disinfecting continue to be conducted in compliance with CDC protocols
ii. When an active employee is identified as being COVID-19 positive by testing, CDC cleaning and disinfecting must be performed as soon after the confirmation of a positive test as practical. In lieu of performing CDC cleaning and disinfecting, businesses may shut down for a period of at least 72 consecutive hours to allow for natural deactivation of the virus, followed by site personnel performing a comprehensive disinfection of all common surfaces.
iii. CDC protocols can be found online at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/guidance-business-response.html and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/disinfecting-buildingfacility.html.