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Reopening FAQs

Hair salons and barbershops can reopen with safeguards as Los Angeles County moves forward on the Roadmap to Recovery.

Effective September 2, hair salons and barbershops can resume indoor services at 25% occupancy. Gyms and fitness centers, offices of non-critical sectors, places of worship, personal care services, and indoor malls must continue to cease all indoor operations as ordered by the State of California. Additionally, indoor operations at restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, family entertainment, zoos, museums, and cardrooms remain closed. Click here to learn more.

Nail Salons / Personal Care Facilities

Do I have to wear a mask?

Clients are required to wear face coverings at all times while in the facility. You may remove the face covering only when receiving a service that involves that part of the face, such as a face wax.

Will my temperature be taken before a service?

Temperature checks are at the discretion of the establishment. However, clients will be verbally screened for COVID-19 symptoms upon arrival. If the customer is exhibiting any

symptoms, has been sick, or has been exposed to someone who has been sick, the appointment is rescheduled at least 14 days in the future. Symptom checks may include coughing, shortness of breath and fever.

Staff will also be screened for symptoms.

Anyone feeling sick should stay home.

Can I get a manicure?

Yes.

Can I get a pedicure?

Yes.

Can I get a face wax?

Yes.

Can I get my body waxed?

Yes.

Can I get electrolysis?

Yes.

Can I get my makeup done?

Yes.

Can I get a facial?

Yes.

Can I get a tan?

Yes.

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Tattoos and Body Piercings

Can I get a facial piercing?

You may get a facial piercing, but you cannot get a nose or mouth piercing, at this time.

Can I get a tattoo?

Yes, but you may not get a mouth or nose area tattoo, at this time.

Can I bring a friend with me?

No, only the person receiving the service and parents/guardians accompanying a minor may enter a facility.

Will these facilities have additional cleaning and disinfecting requirements?

Yes, there are stringent disinfecting and cleaning protocols in place. For a detailed look at protocols, please review the County’s guidelines.

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Card Rooms, Satellite Wagering Facilities & Racetracks

How are casino chips cleaned before and after usage?

Equipment and furniture that must be shared is cleaned and disinfected between shifts or between users, whichever is more frequent, including but not limited to working surfaces, keys, chips in play, gaming table rails and chairs, dice and tiles, cards (if not discarded after use), electronic playing book forms, touchscreens, time clocks, cleaning equipment and stationary and mobile equipment controls.

Are table card games (poker, blackjack, hold ‘em) allowed?

Yes, with physical distancing guidelines in place. Signs will be posted near tables reminding players of best practices for staying safe.

Can friends play together at the same table?

Yes, as long as physical distancing guidelines are met.

How are casino chips cleaned before and after usage?

Equipment and furniture that must be shared is cleaned and disinfected between shifts or between users, whichever is more frequent, including but not limited to working surfaces, keys, chips in play, gaming table rails and chairs, dice and tiles, cards (if not discarded after use), electronic playing book forms, touchscreens, time clocks, cleaning equipment and stationary and mobile equipment controls.

How are cards cleaned before and after usage?

Cards will be changed at every dealer rotation and disposed of by the outgoing dealer. Disposable gloves should be offered to players and staff at tables.

Are slot machines allowed?

Yes, but physical distancing will be in effect.

How are machines cleaned between users?

Machines will be cleaned regularly in accordance with guidelines, listed found here.

Can I order drinks while playing?

No beverage service will not be available at gaming tables.

Can I order food while playing?

No, meal service is not allowed while playing.

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Bars & Wineries

**Bars, wineries, tasting rooms, pubs, and  breweries are ordered to close unless they offer sit down dine in services.**

Are masks required while drinking?

No, face coverings are not required while eating or drinking, but they should be on any time you are not eating or drinking.

Are temperature checks required?

Maybe. In some cases symptom checks will be conducted before you enter the establishment. Symptom checks must include coughing, shortness of breath or fever, and any other symptoms you may be experiencing.

How are glasses cleaned between users?

Stringent cleaning and disinfecting precautions are in place. Detailed information about the guidelines can be found here.

Does alcohol kill COVID-19?

No, and excessive drinking can weaken your immune system, which makes you more vulnerable to the virus.

Can I gather with my friends at the bar or winery?

No, you must only gather with members of your own household. You must maintain 6 feet of distance from people from outside your own household.

Are live bands allowed?

Not at this time.

Will wine tasting activities be the same?

Certain safety modifications will slightly change the traditional experience, such as:

  • A clean glass will be provided for each tasting
  • The communal spittoon will be removed, and individual, disposable cups will be provided to each guest.
  • Tours that combine people from different households will be discontinued. If tours are provided to members of the same household, the tour guide must maintain at least six feet of physical distance from the visitors.

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Religious Gatherings & Protests

Are there restrictions on outdoor gatherings / services?

No, as long as physical distancing guidelines can be met.

Are there still size restrictions for indoor services?

Yes, indoor church services are still under the Health Officer Order issued May 26, which requires that in-person attendance at a religious institution is limited to 25 percent of the facility’s capacity or 100 individuals, whichever is lower. Everyone must wear a face covering and maintain six feet of distance from others in attendance if they are not members of your own household.

Are temperature checks required for outdoor religious gatherings?

Not at this time. Anyone who is feeling ill should stay home.

Are temperature checks required for indoor religious gatherings?

Not at this time, but some institutions may implement symptom checks, including checking attendee’s temperature before admitting them into the facility.

Are masks required for outdoor gatherings?

Yes. Face coverings must be worn anytime individuals leave their home.

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Day Camps

What are day camps doing to slow the spread of COVID-19?

Day camps must ensure that all posted Public Health protocols are followed by campers and staff.  Campers and staff must maintain physical distancing.

The risk for COVID-19 is lowered if the campers are divided into small groups that stay together, with the same staff, all day, each day, and include campers from the same family in the same group, to the greatest extent practicable.

Will campers and staff be screened for symptoms?

Yes. In addition to screening staff when they arrive, all campers should also be screened upon arrival at the facility. Consider conducting visual wellness checks of all campers upon arrival; this could include taking campers’ temperatures at the beginning of each day with a no touch thermometer. If no touch thermometers are not available, reported temperature assessment is acceptable.

Should my child bring lunch / snacks?

Yes, it’s advisable that each child bring his/her own meals, if possible. Food sharing should be avoided. If food is offered by camp operators, it should be in pre-packaged boxes or bags for each camper, instead of a buffet or family-style meal. Avoid sharing of foods and utensils.

What activities will be allowed at day camp?

Campers will be able to do many of the things they normally do at camp  — exercise, arts and craft, play, etc.,  — but physical distancing and other precautions will be in place.

Can sports be played during day camps?

Most organized activities and sports such as basketball, baseball, soccer, and football that are held on park fields, open areas, and courts are not permitted because they require coaches and athletes who are not from the same household or living unit to be in close proximity, which increases their potential for exposure to COVID-19.

Will my child need to wear a cloth face covering the entire day?

All campers and visitors are required to wear cloth face coverings while at camp, except while swimming, napping, eating/drinking or engaging in solo physical exertion (such as jogging alone). Children less than three years of age and those with health conditions that prevent masking are exempt.

Will staff be required to wear a face covering the entire day?

Yes, all camp staff should use cloth face coverings unless Cal/OSHA standards require respiratory protection.

Can children access playground equipment?

Use of playground equipment will be limited. Physical activities that require less contact with surfaces are preferable.

Will children be able to share art supplies, toys, games?

Sharing of objects and equipment should be limited as much as possible. Items should be cleaned and disinfected between uses.

Children are prone to sharing. How can this be managed?

Children should maintain physical distance from each other and that should be encouraged with the use of floor markings and seating.

How can we encourage children at camp to remain physically distanced?

The number of people in the camp will be limited to ensure physical distancing. There will also be physical guides, such as tape on floors or sidewalks and signs on walls, to ensure that camp staff and campers remain at least 6 feet apart in lines and throughout the day.

It’s important for parents to talk to their children and encourage the practice of physical distancing while at day camp.

What happens to the day camp if one camper gets sick or tests positive?

Anyone who exhibits symptoms of COVID-19 should be isolated, must wear a face covering and be transported home or to a healthcare facility, as soon as possible.

In consultation with the Department of Public Health, the camp may be considered for closure based on the risk level within the specific community as determined by the local public health officer.

Can children travel from other cities / counties to attend camps?

Mixing campers from other cities and counties promotes a higher-risk environment and is not encouraged.

Will attendance be limited?

Yes, the number of people who can attend camp will be limited in order to maintain physical distancing.

What infection prevention protocols will be in place?

Day camps are advised to limit or remove the use of shared resources, including drinking fountains. Facilities and frequently touched surfaces on site and on buses and vans should be cleaned frequently with approved Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) disinfectants.

Will there be modified drop-off and pick-up schedules?

Yes, arrival and drop-offs will be staggered, as practical, to limit large groups gathering.

Campground, RV Parks and Cabin Rental Units

Can I go camping?

Yes, campgrounds, campsites and RV parks are reopening. Each site should be occupied by members of the same household.

Can I go camping with my friends?

Members of the same household should camp together. People who are not from the same household must maintain physical distance of at least six feet and everyone should wear face coverings.

What kind of activities are allowed?

Outdoor recreation is allowed, but close-contact activities are limited to members of the same household. Examples of these activities include boating, volleyball games and rope courses.

Can I rent equipment for activities?

Rentals are allowed, but facilities may limit their rental program. It is recommended that you come prepared with everything you may need, including sporting equipment, when possible. If rentals are available, they must be cleaned and disinfected between each person’s use.

Are playgrounds, conference spaces, or meeting rooms at campgrounds open?

No, these facilities are closed, at this time.

Are group activities on campgrounds allowed?

No, public events or concentrated gatherings at campgrounds or RV parks, including group bonfires, group campsites, presentations at outdoor amphitheaters, musical or other performances, or other events must be cancelled or postponed. Most organized activities and sports such as basketball, baseball, soccer, and football that are held on park fields, open areas, and courts are not permitted, because they require coaches and athletes who are not from the same household or living unit to be in close proximity. Members of the same household may engage in such activities and sports together.

Will I be able to picnic while visiting campgrounds?

Picnicking at smaller picnic shelters, such as those that typically accommodate only household groups, will be open and available to the public. Use should be limited to one household at a time.

Are communal shower facilities open?

Yes, but if you have a vehicle with toilets or showers/bathing equipment, you are encouraged to use your own rather than shared facilities. Shower rooms may only be used if partitions are in place or signs have been posted to specify physical distancing requirements.

Will public restrooms located in campgrounds be cleaned regularly?

Public restrooms should be cleaned and disinfected regularly using EPA registered disinfectants throughout the day. High-touch surfaces such as faucets, toilets, doorknobs and light switches must be frequently cleaned and disinfected. Campers should keep in mind that sinks could be an infection source and should avoid placing toothbrushes and other items directly on counter surfaces.

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Professional Sports without Live Audiences 

Can I go see a game live?

No, professional sports are restarting without live audiences.

Will the sport be televised?

Yes, but due to physical distancing, camera placements may be different than what we’ve seen before.

How are athletes going to physically distance?

Physical distancing should be practiced to the extent possible.

During games, the area where players are seated off-field (e.g., bench, dugout, bullpen) will be reconfigured to allow for physical distancing.

Players, coaches and employees are discouraged from physical contact, including high-fives and hugs.

During a game, equipment such as balls and bats should be cleaned and disinfected, to the extent that it is possible.

Will athletes have to wear masks while they play?

No, but they should wear masks when not on the court or field.

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Hotels, Lodging, and Short Term Rentals 

What are hotels and short-term rentals doing to slow the spread of COVID-19?

Hotels and short-term rentals are required to ensure that guests and staff follow all public health protocols, including practicing physical distancing, wearing cloth face coverings and following infection control practices.

What are the disinfecting protocols that need to be followed?

Rooms, including surfaces, electronics and soft furniture, must be cleaned thoroughly after each stay using approved Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) disinfectants and techniques.

Are towels and all bedding cleaned between each guest?

Yes, all linens must be removed after each stay and cleaned in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.

How often are housekeeping, room delivery and maintenance staff screened for symptoms?

Daily, before the start of their shift. Anyone feeling sick or showing symptoms must stay home.

Should hotel staff wear face coverings?

All staff must be provided face coverings and wear them. In addition, they should use additional protective equipment, such as gloves, when necessary.

Should guests wear face coverings?

Yes, hotel guests should wear face coverings when outside of their rooms in addition to maintaining at least six feet of physical distance.

Are rooms cleaned daily or only at the end of a guest stay?

It is up to each hotel/rental property to determine a cleaning schedule. Most hotels offer daily room cleaning.

Will the mini bar be available in my room?

No.

Will there be an in-room coffee maker available?

Single-serve coffee makers may be provided with disposable cups, instead of glassware, coffee cups or multi-cup makers.

Will ice machines be available?

No.

Are guest laundry / dry cleaning services available?

Yes, pick-up and delivery should be done with contactless measures in place.

Will in-room information on the facility be available?

Yes, single use information guides may be made available to guests, but shared items you may have seen before, such as menus, will be removed from rooms.

How are hotel elevators managed to accommodate physical distancing?

Elevator capacity is limited to 4 individuals or a family at a time for any elevator that does not allow for 6-foot physical distance between riders. All riders are required to wear cloth face coverings.

Are hotel bars open?

Bars that serve food are able to open as long as physical distancing measures are in place.

Are hotel fitness centers open?

Fitness centers are allowed to open, but check with each property to determine if they have opened their fitness center.

Are hotel business centers open?

No, hotel business centers are not open.

Is the spa open?

No.

Should I allow the hotel staff to store or handle my luggage?

You may. It is recommended staff wear face coverings and gloves. Where possible, baggage deliveries are to be placed in the room by the guest.

Can I book an event (conference, wedding, meeting space)?

No, gatherings are not permitted.

Are there special ventilation procedures?

Facilities should consider installing portable high-efficiency air cleaners, upgrading the building’s air filters to the highest efficiency possible, and making other modifications to increase the quantity of outside air and ventilation in all offices, guest rooms and other spaces.

Are valet services operational / recommended?

They may operate, but it is up to each hotel to determine if they are offering the service. If they are, physical distancing, face covering and hand washing guidelines should be followed.

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Short Term Rentals

Can I use my time-share?

Yes, with members of your own household.

Can I book a VRBO / Airbnb?

Yes, with members of your own household.

What kind of enhanced cleaning practices are required?

Enhanced cleaning of all high-touch areas, kitchens, pantries and linens are required. Rental units should also be equipped with additional hand soap, paper towels, toilet paper, disinfecting spray or wipes, and hand sanitizer. All leftover pantry items should be removed after each guest. Extra linens should not be stored in units and should be offered only on request. Pots and pans and other kitchen items that remain on the property after each guest must be cleaned between each guests’ stay. Property owners should also ensure that HVAC and air filters are replaced regularly.

Are there extra precautions needed for bathroom cleanings?

Bathrooms need to be cleaned with a multi-surface cleaner approved for use against COVID-19 by the EPA. Bathroom floors must also be vacuumed and mopped.

Is it safe to use kitchen items at a short-term rental?

Yes, property owners are required to clean all kitchen items between each guest stay - including all items left in cabinets. Also, all appliances, kitchen areas including refrigerator shelving, oven stovetop, coffee-makers, toasters must be cleaned after each guest. Owners should consider using one-time use dinnerware and utensils when possible.

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Museums, Galleries, Zoos, and Aquariums

What are museums, galleries, zoos, and aquariums doing to slow the spread of COVID-19?

Museums, galleries, zoos, and aquariums must ensure that all Public Health protocols are followed.  Visitors and staff are required to use face coverings and practice physical distancing. To help slow the spread of COVID-19, the County is limiting capacity in museums, galleries, zoos, and aquariums, to ensure that visitors observe limits in exhibit spaces and galleries.

You should only visit a museum, gallery, zoo or aquarium with members of your own household.

Do I have to wear a face covering?

Yes, staff and visitors must wear face coverings while in museums, galleries, zoos or aquariums.  This applies to all adults and children over the age of 2. Only individuals with chronic respiratory conditions or other medical conditions that make use of a mask hazardous are exempted from this requirement.

Will I have my temperature taken at these facilities?

Maybe. In some cases symptom checks will be conducted before you enter the establishment. Symptom checks must include coughing, shortness of breath or fever, and any other symptoms you may be experiencing. These checks can be done remotely or in person upon your arrival.

Staff will also be screened for symptoms.

Anyone feeling sick should stay home.

Will capacity be limited?

Yes, capacity will be limited to allow for physical distancing.

Are tours and live demonstrations available?

Yes, as long as the group is limited to members of a single household. In same-household tours or demonstrations, guides must maintain at least six feet of physical distance from guests.

The viewing areas for live demonstrations, animal shows, etc. must be reconfigured so that physical distancing can be maintained between household units.

Can I interact with the touchable exhibits?

Visitors should not engage with hands-on displays.

Can I visit the theaters inside museums, galleries, aquariums, and zoos?

No, theaters are closed at this time.

Can I eat in the cafes?

Yes, you may eat at restaurants in cultural facilities if they are open. All restaurants must follow existing Public Health requirements. Please check with the establishment before going.

Are field trips allowed?

Large group field trips are not allowed. You may only visit these destinations with members of your own household.

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Gyms and Fitness Centers

How is my gym helping to slow the spread of COVID-19?

By implementing appropriate physical distancing measures, limiting capacity to 50 percent, requiring physical distancing and face coverings, and putting cleaning and disinfecting protocols in place.

Is my temperature going to be checked at the gym?

Yes, and you should always make use of available hand sanitizer, and wear a face covering when entering and exiting the gym. If you can wear the face covering while working out, please do so. If you feel sick, please stay home and do not go to the gym.

Do I need to wear a mask (or gloves) while I'm working out?

You are required to wear a face covering when at the facility except when engaged in physical exercise or while training.

How can I maintain physical distance at the gym?

Gyms will have to take measures to make sure you can stay at least six feet away from other people in the gym. You’ll see signs, floor markings and gym equipment may be moved to allow for physical distancing. Staff will remind you to maintain physical distance from people who are not part of your household.

How often should gym equipment be cleaned?

Gyms will have to enhance their cleaning and disinfecting protocols for every area of the gym, including reception areas, locker rooms, restrooms, changing areas and showers.

Each piece of gym equipment must be cleaned before and after use, including mats, weights and machines.

Gyms may implement a check-out system for patrons for small equipment and accessories, such as exercise bands, ropes, foam rollers, to ensure there is a cleaning process in place.

Can I work out with a personal trainer?

Yes, but you and your trainer must maintain physical distance of at least six feet. Trainers must wear a face covering and it is encouraged that you wear one as well.

Can I take a group class?

Yes, but classes must be modified to ensure that there’s at least six feet of physical distance between people in the class. For high aerobic classes such as aerobics, spin or conditioning or machines such as elliptical, tread or stair machines, it is advised that people be spaced 8 feet apart. No person-to-person contact is allowed.

Is COVID-19 transmitted by sweat?

There is no evidence that the virus can be spread through sweat. The virus is transmitted through droplets produced through coughing and sneezing, close personal contact, such as caring for an infected person and touching an object or surface with the virus on it, then touching your mouth, nose, or eyes before washing your hands.

How can I be certain the air in my fitness center is clean?

Gyms are encouraged to upgrade their ventilation. They could potentially install high-efficiency air cleaners, upgrade the building’s air filters and make other modifications to increase the quantity of outside air and ventilation.

Can I swim at the gym?

Yes, pools will be open, but gyms must take additional cleaning and disinfection protocols based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.

Swimmers are encouraged to use and bring their own towels and equipment, for example goggles.

You must wear a face covering when not in the water.

Can I shower at the gym?

Showers may be used with appropriate physical distancing in place. Check with your gym to see if showers are open at the facility you use.

Are towels at the gym safe to use?

You should bring your own towel if possible. Gyms may have towels available, but it is not advisable that they do.

Can I use the sauna, steam room or hot tub?

No, saunas, steam rooms, and hot tubs will remain closed.

Can I get a massage?

No, massage and spa services are not yet open.

Are shared lockers safe?

Yes, but physical distancing must be followed and locker availability may be limited.

Are group sports like basketball, handball or racquetball allowed?

No, these activities typically involve participants who are not from the same household coming into close contact with each other. Gatherings with people who are not from your same household are still prohibited.

Is it ok to do yoga / do I need to bring my own mat?

Yes, but class sizes will be limited. Hot yoga classes where the temperature is more than 100 degrees are discouraged.

You should bring your own towels, mats and other equipment needed.

Can I do exercises on machines that are shared?

Yes, but use by following proper disinfecting protocols.

Can I use the lounging areas at my fitness studio?

No, lounging areas will not be available. Shared amenities such as magazines, books, self-serve water stations (unless touchless) will be removed.

Is childcare permitted?

No, childcare services aren’t allowed yet. Also, fitness facilities with playgrounds must keep those areas closed until such facilities are allowed to resume operations.

Will the juice / snack bar at my gym be available?

Each facility will determine what elements of its operations it will reopen, but food service operations, including juice bars, snack bars, and other concessions may be open and should be operated in accordance with current health orders and guidelines.

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Dine-in Restaurants

Is dining in a restaurant safe?

Yes, dining in a restaurant is safe if both patrons and restaurant operators follow the Public Health infection control protocols. Los Angeles County would not have sought to reopen this critical element of our community if the metrics that show our progress indicated uncontrolled COVID-19 infection rates.

But because person-to-person contact is how COVID-19 spreads, the County is limiting capacity in restaurants, mandating physical distancing and face coverings and requiring new infection control protocols in restaurants. 

Is dining outdoors safer than dining indoors?

Both indoor and outdoor dining can offer enhanced safety when Public Health infection control protocols are followed.

Do servers need to wear masks and/or gloves?

All restaurant workers should minimize the amount of time spent within six feet of guests. Depending on the work they do, employees will be required to wear cloth face coverings, face shields, and/or gloves if they are in contact with others.

Are all patrons required to receive a temperature check upon entry?

It’s not required, but some restaurants may choose to do this. However, patrons should always make use of available hand sanitizer, and wear a face covering when not eating or drinking. If you feel sick, please stay home and do not go to a restaurant.

Are bathrooms cleaned after each use?

Bathrooms are required to be checked regularly and must be cleaned on an hourly basis with approved Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) disinfectants.

Are new requirements in place for food handling?

Existing food handling and food preparations protocols already safeguard against foodborne illness.

Are menus safe to use?

Reusable menus are cleaned and disinfected between each customer use. Alternatives such as stationary menu boards, electronic menus, or mobile device downloadable menus should be considered by establishments.

What is the best way to pay?

Cashless transactions are strongly encouraged.

Can I sit at the bar?

Yes, if customers can adhere to the 6 feet physical distancing requirements, including maintaining six feet of distance from employee work or food or drink preparation areas.

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Hair Salons

What hair services are allowed under the new guidance?

Under the new guidance, haircuts, weaves and extensions, braiding, lock maintenance, wig maintenance, hair relaxing treatments, and color services can be provided. Services that cannot be performed with face coverings on both the worker and customer or that require touching the customer’s face, for example, eyelash services, eyebrow waxing and threading, facials, etc., are still not allowed.

How will I be protected from the spread of COVID-19 when I go get my haircut?

Salons are not returning to business-as-usual. Physical distancing measures will be in place, personal protective equipment must be worn. Salon operators must remove high-touch items, such as magazines and self-serve coffee. Stylists will only be able to serve one client at a time (previously, stylists might cut a client’s hair while another client’s hair was drying or processing).

Salon operators must also implement new, stringent cleaning and disinfecting protocols.

How risky is it to get a haircut?

Los Angeles County would not have sought to reopen this service-based sector if the metrics that show our progress indicated uncontrolled COVID-19 infection rates.

The protocols in place are there to protect our residents. As long as business owners/operators and clients follow the guidelines, the risk is reduced.

Do I have to get my temperature checked before going inside?

It isn’t required, but some businesses may choose to check the customer's temperature before moving forward with the appointment.

Employees and customers will be screened for symptoms, including cough and fever. Clients feeling unwell should reschedule their appointment.

Can I get my hair blow dried?

Yes.

Can I get my hair washed?

Yes.

Can I get my hair styled?

Yes.

Can I get braids?

Yes.

Can I get a weave or hair extensions?

Yes.

Can I get my hair colored?

Yes.

Can I get my hair chemically treated?

Yes.

Do I have to wear a mask? How can I get a haircut with it on?

Yes, both you and the stylist must wear face coverings. Customers are encouraged to wear face coverings with ear loops to ensure the face covering does not interfere with the hair service.

Does my hairstylist have to wear a mask and/or gloves?

Yes, your hairstylist must wear a face covering and may wear gloves.

Can I hang out at the salon?

Exception: A parent accompanying a child may wait for child but must practice social distancing while waiting.

What is the best way to pay?

Cashless transactions are strongly encouraged.

Related Services

Can I get my eyebrows or face waxed?

No, services that require that a client remove a mask and/or that require the technician touch the client’s face are not allowed.

Can I get a facial?

No, services that require that a client remove a mask and/or that require the technician touch the client’s face are not allowed.

Can I get a massage?

No, spa services are not included in this phase of reopening.

Can I get my nails done?

No, nail salons are not open at this time.

Can I get a pedicure?

No, nail salons are not open at this time.

Can I get eyelash extensions?

No, services that require that a client remove a mask and/or that require the technician touch the client’s face are not allowed.

Barbershops

Can I get my beard trimmed?

No, services that require that a client remove a mask and/or that require the technician touch the client’s face are not allowed.

Can I get my face shaved?

No, services that require that a client remove a mask and/or that require the technician touch the client’s face are not allowed.

Can I get my eyebrows or face waxed?

No, services that require that a client remove a mask and/or that require the technician touch the client’s face are not allowed.

Do I have to wear a mask? How can I get a haircut with it on?

Yes, both you and the stylist must wear a mask. Customers are encouraged to wear face coverings with ear loops to ensure the face covering does not interfere with the hair service.

Does my barber have to wear a mask and/or gloves?

Yes, your barber must wear a face covering and may wear gloves.

Can I hang out at the barbershop?

No. We know barbershops are places of comfort and friendship, but at this time, in order to adhere to physical distancing requirements, only people with scheduled services are allowed to be in the salon while the service is ongoing. Once the appointment is finished, clients must leave.

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