Beverly Hills, CA – The County of Los Angeles today issued an updated Health Officer Order which continues to relax restrictions during the recovery period from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hair salons and barbershops can reopen in LA County indoors at 25% capacity. This update allows businesses in the City of Beverly Hills that fall within these categories to begin operating immediately if County Department of Public Health guidelines and Appendix H protocols can be met. When provided by the County, the updated appendix will be available at beverlyhills.org/coronavirus.
Hair Salons and barbershops are encouraged to continue operating outdoors through the City of Beverly Hills ‘OpenBH’ program as limited capacity for inside services will continue for some time. For more information about applying for an OpenBH permit to safely move salon services outside, visit www.beverlyhills.org/OpenBH.
As a reminder, nail salons may not operate inside under the current LA County Health Order and must continue to operate solely outside.
Today’s updated Order also allows for limited, on-campus operation for schools in LA County. Beginning Monday, September 14, schools K-12 may offer in-school services for small cohorts of students with Individualized Education Plans (IEP), students requiring instruction for English as a Second Language (ESL) or students needing assessments or specialized in-school services, as long as the school is able to fully implement the County Health Officer’s re-opening protocols. The Department of Public Health will not be opening the waiver program for instruction of students in grades TK-6.
For additional information or questions about the County’s updated Order, please email email@example.com