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Bay Area Counties Ease Coronavirus Restrictions

With COVID safety precautions in mind, businesses are
starting to open all over the Bay Area.

Napa County restaurants were given the go-ahead to start
serving customers inside on Monday, as long as tables are six feet apart and customers
wear masks.

“Take a look at our staff,” said Sean O’Tool, owner of
downtown Napa restaurant Torc. “They are wearing gloves, they probably change
them 50 times a day.”

Other local restaurant owners just hope they don’t have to
shut down again.

“We’re fortunate to have a patio,” said Bettina Aroas, owner
of Angele Restaurant and Bar in Napa. “We’re blessed we can open up a little
indoors. We’re hoping we don’t have to close down again.”

In the East Bay, Alameda County hair salons are getting a
break after the pandemic shut the industry down for six months – starting Friday,
customers can enjoy indoor services.

Salon owner Brian Tran can’t wait.

“We were the first one to lock down and the last one to open,”
Tran said.

Meanwhile, South Bay card rooms and casinos are preparing to
reopen with outdoor operations.

Source: NBC Bay Area

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