I am a cosmetologist. There is no way we can maintain distance or not touch our clients
I know these businesses want to reopen but I feel we should b given a personal choice. If we feel our lives are in danger of contact with people we should have a choice to work or not to. We should not b punished because we dont have the luxury of being wealthy.
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Our small businesses are suffering greatly due to the shutdown. Their large competitors are allowed to open. If small businesses can employ plans for safety, they also should be allowed to open.
If a locality is showing signs of flattening the curve or a declining curve, then cautiously reduce lock-down restrictions.
If a locality (city, county) is NOT showing these signs continue in the lock-down mode until it does.
Do NOT use national or state curves to guide decisions to reduce lock-down restrictions for entire states or the entire country.
Businesses should open slowly. This should not be at a cost of lives just because the businesses are not making money. I understand that they have to make money to pay the bills just like everyone else. The cost of opening up whenever they want could be catastrophic. for the sake of our state along with our world we should do this slow, very slow.
Please do NOT allow large gatherings in confined spaces. This should mean both indoor and outdoor stadiums, as well as theaters and the like remain closed until a vaccine is widely available and being used.
As soon as businesses start opening, the lawsuits will begin for people who say they were exposed at work due to negligent employers. This is a real concern for our clients. Are there any clear guidelines for what a business needs to do to show they were not negligent and did their part to keep the work environment as safe as possible? What is the benchmark for avoiding litigation in the future?