ALAMEDA COUNTY, CA — Gyms, nail salons, libraries and museums were among the businesses allowed to open their doors Friday in Alameda County.
All businesses were subject to safety modifications, per state COVID-19 guidelines.
The following services were allowed to resume Friday:
Fitness centers (up to 10 percent capacity; restrictions on classes and aerobic exercise);
Personal care services that don’t require the removal of a mask, such as nail salons and electrolysis;
Libraries (up to 25 percent capacity);
Hotels, lodging for tourism (no indoor pools or fitness centers);
Museums, zoos, aquariums (up to 25 percent capacity); and
Outdoor film production.
On Tuesday, Oct. 13, elementary schools may reopen in accordance with state and local safety guidelines, Alameda County said late Thursday afternoon in a news release. The county may consider reopening middle and high schools in three to 11 weeks, depending on COVID-19 data trends in the future.