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    Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. While COVID-19 deaths soar, Trump has no plan The nation has been clamoring for months for a central approach. President Trump refuses to use his powers to coordinate resources. This virus knows no boundaries. If one state has tight control and other doesn’t, it is just a matter of time before it spreads to parts once deemed to be safe. This president pits one state against another. In the beginning, states were bidding against each other for protective gear. At the moment, the labs are overwhelmed. But not all of them. The federal government could coordinate big and small labs from Alaska to Florida, and speed...
    PLEASANTON, Calif. (KGO) -- There is growing frustration and anxiety in an industry hard hit by the novel coronavirus pandemic. Across California and the Bay Area, hairstylists and salon owners are struggling and want to reopen their businesses. In the East Bay, a growing group of stylists are prepared to defy a county order and open anyway.RELATED: Everything to know about California's confusing coronavirus reopening plan, summer shutdown and what comes next"I can't feed my family, we need to open," said stylist Miranda Hankins.Hairstylists and salon owners in the Tri-Valley say they've held on long enough."Our county will not allow us to do anything, not even outdoors," said Pleasanton salon owner Renae Earl.Salons in Alameda County have not been allowed...
    IRVINE, Calif. (KABC) -- New steps are being taken in Orange County to allow some salons to open as long as they operate outside. But some frustrated business owners are raising red flags, saying that just won't work for them."When looking to work outside, that was something immediately that didn't work out for us because we do work in a busy center," said Nic Lange, owner of House of Lange in Irvine.Few OC nail salons choose to reopen outdoors after new guidelines
    HOMESTEAD (KDKA) – Tenel Dorsey has a lot to celebrate these days. Dorsey was dealt a double blow from the coronavirus pandemic. Today, she cut the ribbon and opened the newest location of “Dreamz Hair Salon & Barber Shop” in Homestead. Not only did she have to make due through the shutdown and restrictions in place because of the coronavirus, but she also had to battle the virus itself in March. “It definitely put me in a position where I thought I was going to lose everything,” she said. “The fact that I prayed, I basically allowed God to come into my heart and navigate things for me, it really turned all the way around for...
    SANTA CLARITA (CBSLA) — It’s a sad sign of the times. While local businesses try to survive the coronavirus pandemic with mandatory closures and social distancing restrictions, there are some business owners like Garrett Markenson who have simply run out options. He just closed his hair salon for good. “It was really hard,” he said. “There’s so much ego that had to be let go of and having your name on the door and having created culture for 13 years.” Markenson said his salon has thrived since opening in Santa Clarita in 2008. But over the past few months, he realized his business was no longer sustainable. “There was no rent relief or reasonable communication from our landlord,” he said. “The...
    CHICAGO (CBS) —  As the Chicago area reopens after being shut down for months, you would think this would be a much better time for businesses. But one owner tells us she doesn’t have any employees. CBS 2’s Jim Williams is Working For Chicago and explains why some workers are reluctant to return to their jobs. She’s has no workers. Mellany Thomas has reopened her Mascara Lash Company and said her clients want to return. But here’s the problem: “Before the pandemic started, we had a full staff. We started with about five full time employees,” Thomas said. “Up until today, none of my staff have come back.” Not one of Thomas’ employees will come back to the Oak Park salon....
    TARZANA (CBSLA) – Hair salons and barbershops are scrambling to meet the new outdoor requirements which were approved by Gov. Gavin Newsom Monday. MK Salon in Tarzana, Calif. July 21, 2020. (CBSLA) The governor announced that hair salons and barbershops would be allowed to move some of their services outdoors, which sparked some confusion. Newsom’s order only allows them to offer limited personal care services: haircuts and blowouts, nothing that would require customers to go inside. The services must be performed under a canopy or tent. On July 13, California Newsom ordered all the counties on the state’s monitoring list – which currently numbers 33 — to close indoor operations for hair and nail salons, along with tattoo parlors, gyms,...
    A Minneapolis salon owner, whose business was burned down during riots sparked over the death of George Floyd, told “Fox & Friends” on Thursday she feels “alone” after city leaders and politicians have failed to help struggling business owners. “It hurts to know that I have no business. I have nothing. I don't even have a styling chair anymore, you know. I don't have a salon anymore. It hurts,” said Flora Westbrooks, the owner of Flora's Hair Designs. “I'm just left alone. I don't have any help." Westbrooks owned the salon for about four decades before her business was “burned to the ground due to civil unrest” in Minneapolis on May 29, according to a GoFundMe page that was set up to help her rebuild. The...
    CARSON (CBSLA) — Demonstrators gathered outside a Carson nail salon on Saturday in a petition to close the businesses following social media comments allegedly made by the salon owner about the George Floyd’s deadly arrest in Minneapolis. In the post, Hanh (Hannah) Phan, the owner of Tips and Toes Nail Salon, compared Floyd to coronavirus and said he received “karma.” Phan’s salon is now up for lease, but protesters say they plan to continue protesting at her other salon in Anaheim as well. “We don’t stop here. We will continue our work, but we definitely wanted her out of the community of Carson,” said Tarsha Rodgers. “She is gone. Mission accomplished.” She did not immediately respond to KCAL9/CBS2’s request for...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- As San Francisco Mayor London Breed halts the next phase of the city's reopening which would've included hair salons, one local salon owner is praising the mayor for putting safety before politics.Patrick Evan, the owner of Patrick Evan Salon in San Francisco's Union Square, is still unsure what the delay in reopening will mean, but wants people to come back to work feeling safe."I think London Breed is making choices that are really difficult, but I understand them," he said.The mayor announced Friday morning that the city is pausing the plan to reopen certain businesses on Monday. The announcement affects hair salons, nail salons, tattoo parlors, outdoor bars, museums and the zoo.The delay came as the...
    WALL, New Jersey (WABC) -- A New Jersey hair salon that specializes in hair loss is back open, and the owner is making a case for why she believes her business is essential."I was at work every day. I was at a point where I was like, I'm not going to work if my hair comes off," prosthetic hair client Sheri Valle said.Chemotherapy and radiation took away Valle's full head of hair six years ago. She now wears a medical grade scalp prosthetic, not a wig."It's bad enough to have cancer, but to walk around almost bald is not a good thing as a woman," Valle said.Now that salons in New Jersey have opened, Valle has an appointment first thing...
    Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.A New York tanning salon owner who was fined $1,000 for reopening in defiance of the state's coronavirus lockdown order said Friday that he is already "broke," as are other members of his community. In an interview on "Fox & Friends First" with host Todd Piro, Staten Island's Sunbelievable Salons owner Bobby Catone explained that as soon as he had briefly opened his doors on Thursday, law enforcement threatened him with jail time and an indefinite suspension of his health license. CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE "We went as a peaceful protest basically," he stated. "Trying to get small businesses in the community open. [It...