It’s Business As Not-Quite-Usual Monday, As N.H. Loosens Some Limits On Economy
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New Hampshire retail stores, hair salons, and barbershops will be permitted to allow customers back inside on Monday for the first time since Gov. Chris Sununu instituted limits to curtail the spread of coronavirus nearly two months ago.
But it won’t be business as usual. Starting Monday morning, employees will be required to wear masks, and customers are encouraged to as well. Capacity at businesses is limited to 50-percent. Facilities are asked to make one-way aisles for customers, wherever possible. And hand sanitizer should be available at the entrance.