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Pacific Grove hair salon owner says COVID-19 shutdowns are not done fairly

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A second wave of business shutdowns is leaving many business owners worried about how they will make a living.

Governor Gavin Newsom's order to close indoor services went into effect Monday, July 13th following recent spikes in Coronavirus cases.

Hair salons are one of the businesses put on the watch list and a Pacific Grove hair salon owner says this decision is bad for business.

Salon owner, Jeannie Frank-Bergquist opened her salon last year. She says the county needs to be more selective about which businesses need to close since that virus is impacting some parts of Monterey County harder than others.

“I don't understand. My business is cleaner and safer than the grocery stores I go into. I hate to say that but that's how everybody feels....It's insane. It really is," says Frank-Bergquist.

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Jocelyn Ortega

Jocelyn Ortega is a multi-media journalist at KION News Channel 5/46.


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