Legislative Updates

Minnesota COVID-19 Update: Permission to Practice June 1, 2020

Per section 7.(c).(vii) on page 8 of Executive Order 20-63 (https://mn.gov/governor/assets/EO%2020-63%20Final_tcm1055-433759.pdf) issued by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz on May 27, 2020, businesses providing personal care services, including massage therapy establishments, spas, salons, nail salons, cosmetology salons, esthetician salons, advanced practice esthetician salons, eyelash salons, and barbershops, may resume operations June 1, 2020.

Vermont COVID-19 Update—Permission to Practice June 1, 2020

Permission to Practice June 1, 2020

On May 29, 2020, Governor Philip B. Scott amended Executive Order 01-20 (https://governor.vermont.gov/sites/scott/files/documents/ADDENDUM%2016%2...), moving more businesses into Phase 2 of Restart Vermont. Businesses, including massage therapy establishments, spas, and nail salons, may resume operations in a limited, incremental, and phased capacity June 1, 2020.

New Mexico COVID-19 Update: Permission to Practice June 1, 2020

New Mexico Department of Health Secretary Kunkel issued a Public Health Emergency Order (https://cv.nmhealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/060120-PHO.pdf) today, permitting close contact businesses, including barbershops, hair salons, nail salons, massage therapy establishments, and esthetician clinics, to resume business operations June 1, 2020, at 25 percent occupancy.

Illinois COVID-19 Update: Permission to Practice May 29, 2020

Except in the city of Chicago, hair salons, hair braiders, barbershops, nail salons, spas, massage therapy establishments, waxing centers, cosmetology schools, and other providers of personal care services may resume business operations on May 29, 2020, during Phase III: The Recovery (https://coronavirus.illinois.gov/s/restore-illinois-phase-3) of Governor Pritzker’s Restore Illinois (https://

Nebraska COVID-19 Update: Permission to Practice June 1, 2020

Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts announced in a press release (https://governor.nebraska.gov/press/gov-ricketts-announces-new-directed-...) on May 21, 2020, that barbershops, salons, and massage therapy services may resume business operations June 1, 2020, in Phase 2 per the directed health measures. This applies to all counties except Dakota, Hall, Hamilton, and Merrick.

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