Stay-at-Home Order: barbershops, hair salons and retail may reopen with safety modifications

Phil Serna wearing face mask during interviewOn May 26, Public Health Officer Dr. Olivia Kasirye updated Sacramento County’s COVID-19 Public Health Stay-at-Home Order for expanded allowable activities in Stage 2.  Because COVID-19 hospitalization rates continue to stabilize and testing capacity continues to increase in California, the State is further advancing its “Resilience Roadmap” with new industry guidance.

California counties, including Sacramento, that have self-attested to meeting the criteria for accelerated re-opening may reopen with modifications for​ places of worship for religious services, in-store retail shopping and hair salons and barbershops.  The Health Order aligns with previous health orders, but supersedes those of March 19, April 7, and May 1.

Note: Sacramento County is recommending the CDPH guidance on the use of cloth face coverings​ to protect others from being infected by those without symptoms.

Please read Public Health Stay-at-Home Order FAQs for more information.  Call the County’s COVID-19 Hotline with questions about the Public Health Order: 916-875-2400.

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