SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- County Supervisor Jim Desmond said Friday that more businesses throughout San Diego County can reopen pending approval from health officials.
Those businesses include nail salons, massages, and tattoo parlors.
Supervisor tweeted out the statement Friday, saying: "Pending County Health Official's approval, next Friday personal services (nail salons, massages, tattoo parlors, etc.) will be able to open in San Diego County!"
The news comes after county health officials allowed gyms, hotels, and bars, among other businesses to reopen beginning June 12.
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Those businesses, according to the county, were required to complete a "Safe Reopening Plan" and share it with their employees and display it where customers and patrons can see it.
Businesses are also required to follow public health guidelines, including the use of face coverings, increased sanitation, and rotocals for social distancing.