Some of the features on CT.gov will not function properly with out javascript enabled. Phase 2.1 Reopen Rules by Sector (effective 12:01 a.m. Nov. 6, 2020) . According to the state, there can be two people in a car during driving lessons, both must wear masks, windows must be rolled down and thorough cleanings are required between customers. The State of Connecticut is just days away from entering phase two of the reopening plan. "Now it is just exaggerated. Nail technicians are required to wear face shields. We want to get them their license.". He said that their biggest challenge is staffing. At 3D Salon in Middlebury, plexiglass partitions are installed at every table. Phase two includes amusement parks, hotels, nail salons, driving schools, among others. Each car is equipped with cleaning supplies. They are bringing back all eligible instructors. All rights reserved, A full list of businesses allowed to reopen in phase two can be viewed here. Lionello expanded her business in February, opening a second location in Middlebury. New Rules Released For Indoor Dining, Gyms, Nail Salons, Movies - Across Connecticut, CT - Gov. The next challenge, according to Parks, will be tackling the backlog of testing in the state. The PM told the House of Commons that anyone in need of a … Students and instructors will be required to wear a mask at all times. There will be a 15-minute gap between each student to ensure the car has been disinfected thoroughly between each use. State Police Holiday Enforcement: 9 DUI Arrests, 179 Tickets, 1 Fatal Crash, Black Friday Crowds Thinner This Year, But Shoppers Still Hunting for Deals, Copyright © 2020 NBCUniversal Media, LLC. The State of Connecticut is just days away from entering phase two of the reopening plan. It could be because it is not supported, or that JavaScript is intentionally disabled. Parks said that they are eager and ready to reopen. 2016 CT.gov | Connecticut's Official State Website, Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development. "We are pretty busy in trying to work with the DMV to accomplish that massive backlog. Parks estimates that they have a backlog of thousands of students across the state. A look inside of a nail salon ahead of phase two reopening: pic.twitter.com/Qo0CkOlopd. He said that testing will also resume on June 22, estimating that 12,000 tests were canceled at the DMV in the last three months because of the pandemic. nail salons, tattoo parlors, spas, etc.) He estimates that they will start seeing some relief in the backlog by September. "Oh, it is exciting," said Lionello. People in the salon, nail, and barbershop businesses have been shut down for roughly six weeks since the pandemic struck. It seems that JavaScript is not working in your browser. © He said that their phone lines have been busy, adding that people can request a call back from their team to schedule an appointment or ask questions via an online chat option. Amusement Parks english / espanol; Film/Television/Digital Media Production english / espanol; Hair Salons & Barbershops english / espanol ; Hotels / Lodging english / espanol; Indoor Events / Performing Arts Venues english / espanol; Indoor Recreation english / espanol They have also hired 15 new instructors and are able to hire even more. Visiting a nail salon for a manicure or pedicure will look different than ever before. "A student will get in the car understanding that absolutely everything has been wiped down and we have created a safety barrier," said Parks. She said she is thrilled to reopen. “I want everyone to be safe and be aware to come get their nails done," said Jenny Lionello, owner of 3D Nail Salon. He said that his team is working with the DMV to make sure that, when the process gets started, it runs in a smooth and safe way. If somebody tells us to do something once, we do it twice.". The state is requiring each salon to follow a specific set of rules before reopening which includes changes to workstation setup and strict cleaning plans. Get the facts at ct.gov/coronavirus. Plastic covers are on each seat and steering wheel. Driving schools, on hold since March, are getting ready to reopen to a backlog of thousands of students. Anyone caught doing … The Next Street will resume lessons on June 22, giving priority to students with permits that are about to expire and to students who they had to cancel appointments with from March to June. Customers will have their temperature taken upon arrival and every other table will be in use to ensure social distancing. "A lot of parents were counting on their kids to have their license at this point. Phase 2 of Connecticut’s reopening includes indoor dining for restaurants and nail salons. "I love my job. Three weeks later she was forced to close her doors because of the pandemic. To meet people.". CT.gov Home Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development Current: Reopen Rules for Personal Services (e.g. HAIRDRESSERS, nail salons and beauty services will be able to reopen after the lockdown ends, Boris Johnson has confirmed. Driving schools are also included in phase two of the reopening plan. According to Parks, more than 150 drives are scheduled for their first day back. That backlog has some issues to it," said Parks. COVID-19 Information: Connecticut residents are urged to continue taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. "To keep our cars clean is nothing new," said Erik Parks, director of operations for The Next Street Driving School. A full list of businesses allowed to reopen in phase two can be viewed here.