Capacity restrictions for private companies do not change from Level Orange to Level Red on the state’s COVID-19 dial.
DENVER — For one Denver barber store, the county’s newest transfer to Level Red on the state’s COVID-19 dial appears to have confused some clients.
On a typical Saturday in the pandemic, Tony D Barbershop would have a queue of consumers ready in their automobiles for a trim or minimize. Only 10 individuals are allowed inside at a time, 5 clients and 5 barbers.
The capability restriction falls inside state well being tips. Under Level Orange, private service capability was restricted to 25% or 25 individuals, the identical is true for Level Red. Though on Friday, Wendy McElroy, a barber and stylist of 24 years, spent the day answering questions over the telephone.
“If we have been open, what our new restrictions have been, what our hours have been. Yesterday, sadly, we had hardly any enterprise. I actually suppose individuals thought we have been closed as a result of purple meant closed again in March,” McElroy instructed 9NEWS.
She needs individuals to know salons and different private companies are still open.
Along with following the state’s capability restrictions, Tony D Barbershop is taking precautions to maintain clients and staff secure.
“At Tony D’s we’re taking names, telephone numbers, and temperatures as individuals enter. We are having everybody sanitize and everyone seems to be sporting masks and gloves. If they’re not inside getting an appointment or service completed, they’re to be ready in their automotive,” McElroy mentioned.
She attributes the weekend dip in enterprise to confusion over the state’s dial framework.
“We are commission-based staff. We don’t make money until we’re doing companies but we must be right here in case we do get a walk-in,” the stylist defined.
McElroy hopes enterprise will rebound as Coloradans snug with the precautions being taken have a higher understanding of the newest modifications to the COVID-19 dial.
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