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SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco is delaying the reopening of certain businesses because of concerns over a spike in COVID-19 cases, the mayor announced Friday. The city saw a surge of 103 new.

San Francisco delays planned reopening of hair salons, zoos, museums, outdoor bars as COVID-19 cases rise (update 4:05 pm.)

Danville Hair Salon Heads Outside To Keep Business Alive Under Latest COVID-19 Guidelines By Juliette Goodrich July 21, 2020 at 7:00 pm Filed Under: Blackhawk , Coronavirus , COVID-19 , Danville.

The owner of Hair Play Salon in San Francisco was showing us their COVID-19 safety plan. Monday would have been the grand reopening after being closed for three months. Now there’s a delay after.

Health officials in San Francisco on Monday announced the next phase of COVID-19 business reopenings set for June 29 that will include hair salons, barbers, museums, zoos, tattoo parlors and more.

The Beauty Lounge and Wine Bar operates as a high-end hair salon. By only providing dry hair cuts would just be a drop in the bucket for the salon. Coronavirus: Here's what goes into creating.

San Francisco 49ers; San Francisco Giants;. Hair salons, barbershops reopen amid COVID-19 pandemic. such as The Hair Port in Eureka and Like Nobody Else Salon and Day Spa in Ferndale, have.

Hair salons and barbershops are the newest types of businesses allowed to reopen with public health modifications after California eased COVID-19 restrictions.On Wednesday, people across Northern.

San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Monday she's moving up the date for the city to transition into the next phase of reopening. Some businesses and activities originally planned to open in.

June 1, 9:00 a.m. Mayor London Breed announced last week San Francisco's stay-at-home order is extended "indefinitely" and introduced a four-stage plan for reopening businesses in the city and.

San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Wednesday the expansion of COVID-19 testing in the city, which will bring two new mobile pop-up sites, another city testing site and increased testing.