UPDATE: MARCH 19, 2020
Salons, barber shops ordered closed statewide amid coronavirus outbreak in N.J.
In the latest round of shutterings because of the coronavirus, Gov. Phil Murphy announced he’s ordering all businesses like barber shops and salons in New Jersey to close until further notice, effectively Thursday at 8 p.m., to help prevent the outbreak from spreading further. The executive order is for so-called personal-care businesses that “cannot comply with social distancing guidelines,” Murphy said during his daily coronavirus briefing in Trenton. That includes “barbershops and hair salons, spas, nail and eyelash salons, tattoo parlors” and social clubs, the governor said.
To all of our customers, please be advised that Glaze Salon will remain open for all services for the time being.
SAFETY IS OUR #1 PRIORITY
We want you to know that we are taking all the precautions we can to help preserve the safety of our customers and employees. To that end, we are limiting access in the salon to 12 customers at a time. Appointments are required.
We are also wiping down and disinfecting all chairs and common surfaces multiple times throughout the day and before and after each client visit.
MONITORING THE SITUATION
Glaze Salon will continue to closely monitor the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the State of New Jersey and Governor’s Office as well as other public health agencies to ensure the safety of our customers and our staff.
ENFORCING PROPER HYGIENE
We are actively reinforcing proper handwashing as well as proper hygiene and health standards among our staff. All of our staff members will practice frequent hand washing and hand sanitizer will also be used by our cashiers and available for our customers at the front desk.
Glaze Salon is committed to being responsive to new recommendations from public health organizations. We appreciate your continued understanding as we navigate through this time of uncertainty.