Indoor Eating, Nail Salons Again Monday June 22 – CBS dangolka

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dangolka (CBS) – Massachusetts will enable indoor eating at eating places and nail salons to reopen on Monday, June 22, Gov. Charlie Baker stated Friday, as he introduced the beginning date for Section 2, Half 2 of the state’s reopening plan. The governor additionally stated Section three won’t begin anytime earlier than Monday, July 6.
Additionally allowed to reopen this coming Monday can be different shut contact private companies like day salons, therapeutic massage remedy, tattoo parlors, electrolysis studios and private coaching.
Retailers may open becoming rooms by appointment solely.
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Baker added that workplaces will now be allowed to broaden capability from 25-percent to 50-percent Monday as nicely.
“Nevertheless we urge employers to proceed to permit their staff to earn a living from home, each time potential,” stated Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, who joined Baker on the briefing Friday afternoon.
“Proper now fewer than 1,000 folks within the Commonwealth are hospitalized. I went again to the center of April, and couldn’t discover a quantity that was that low,” Baker instructed reporters. “This progress is encouraging and proves that we’re transferring in the fitting course as we proceed our gradual reopening.”
The governor stated Friday he needs to see two weeks of coronavirus information in Massachusetts earlier than permitting Section three to start, which suggests it couldn’t begin anytime earlier than Monday, July 6. That part would come with gyms, film theaters, casinos and museums, youth sports activities with video games and tournaments with restricted crowd sizes and, on a phased foundation, residential camps with restrictions.
Many have been hoping Section three would begin Monday June 29, three weeks after the beginning of Section 2. When the reopening course of started in Could, Baker stated every part needed to be a minimum of three weeks aside, based mostly on the information.
“If everybody continues to do their half, we are going to proceed to make progress collectively,” Secretary of Housing and Financial Growth Mike Kennealy instructed reporters.  “To this point, there’s loads of cause for optimism. It’s very encouraging to see the rise in interactions amongst household and pals, in addition to a burst of exercise in native downtowns, with after all the overwhelming majority of individuals following the principles.”
“The progress we’re making right here in Massachusetts demonstrates that if we’re vigilant and disciplined, we are able to do each – reopening and containing COVID, nevertheless it solely works when all people does their job to sluggish the unfold,” Baker stated.

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