McAllen salon prepares to reopen under Phase 2
Non-essential businesses, such as barbershops and salons haven’t seen any revenue since stay-at-home orders went into effect.
Owner of Esco Spa and Salon, Albert Escobar, says he is preparing to reopen by purchasing face- shields and sleeves for employee’s protection.
Escobar explained he plans on only taking appointments and customers will have to wait in the car for their turn.
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