What’s open in Kentucky right now, what’s not and the rules of engagement

Auctions could be held again starting June 1. “Auctions must continue to be held online or remotely to the greatest extent practicable. For those auctions that cannot be held remotely, they must be held outside to the greatest extent practicable. For those auctions that cannot be held remotely or outdoors, auctions must limit the number of customers present in any auction space to 33% of the maximum permitted occupancy of the facility, assuming all individuals in the space are able to maintain six (6) feet of space between each other with that level of occupancy. If individuals are not able to maintain six (6) feet of space between each other at 33% of capacity, auctions must limit the number of individuals in the space to the greatest number that permits proper social distancing.”

 

In-home childcare providers (Type 2, Certified, and Registered Providers) may reopen on June 8. Center-based licensed childcare providers and day camps, with reduced capacity, will be allowed to open on June 15. “Since childcare programs were only required to pause their services, the Division of Regulated Childcare will operate as if all programs are reopening on the dates listed … If a program chooses to postpone opening or permanently close, the program will need to immediately contact the Division of Regulated Childcare to update their status.”

 

“All childcare programs will need to utilize a maximum group size of ten children per group. Registered and certified providers will still need to implement their lower maximum group sizes listed in regulations. … The same staff members should work with the same children each day in order to reduce additional exposure, including the staff members that give breaks to primary staff members.”

 

Construction businesses were allowed to reopen on May 11. In addition to Healthy at Work Minimum Requirements, those businesses must “to the greatest extent practicable, limit the number of people riding in a vehicle together,” “limit face-to-face meetings” and “no communal coolers or drink stations are allowed.”

 

Hair salons, barbershops and cosmetology businesses were allowed to reopen on May 25. Those businesses “must limit the number of clients present in any given business to 33% of the occupational capacity of the facility. Employees are excluded from this 33% maximum. … (They) must eliminate the use of any waiting areas, provide services by appointment only and communicate by phone or text when the client may enter the shop/salon. Clients may wait outside in their cars or wait to arrive until informed that their appointment is beginning. … (They) must ensure that customers are separated by at least six (6) feet from each other while receiving service unless separated by a wall or other non-porous physical barrier.”

 

Manufacturing and distribution businesses were allowed to reopen on May 11. “Businesses must ensure that each employee is able to maintain six (6) foot distance between themselves and others for their entire shift. Controls must be established and maintained when six (6) feet of physical distancing is not feasible.”

 

Massage therapy businesses were allowed to reopen on May 25. They “must limit the number of clients present to 33% of the occupational capacity of the facility. Employees are excluded from this 33% maximum. Massage therapy businesses should eliminate the use of any waiting areas, provide services by appointment only, and communicate when the client may enter the premises by phone or text. Massage therapy businesses must ensure clients do not congregate before or after their appointment.”

 

Nail salons were allowed to reopen on May 25. “Nail salon businesses must limit the number of clients present in any given nail salon business to 33% of the occupational capacity of the facility. Employees are excluded from this 33% maximum. … Nail salon businesses must eliminate the use of any waiting areas, provide services by appointment only and communicate by phone or text when the client may enter the salon.”

 

Office-based businesses were allowed to reopen on May 11. They “must ensure that no more than 50% of employees are physically present in the office on any given day. Businesses must ensure that employees wear face masks for any interactions between co-workers or while in common travel areas of the office (e.g., hallways, conference rooms, bathrooms, entries and exits). Employees are not required to wear face masks while alone in personal offices or if doing so would pose a serious threat to their health or safety.”

 

Pet grooming and boarding businesses were allowed to reopen on May 11. “Businesses should notify any customer dropping off or picking up pets that the customer must remove their pet’s leash and collar and deliver their pet either curbside, in a crate, or in an entry room to avoid interaction. Employees can then retrieve the pet. Pet care businesses should ensure that the reverse procedure is followed during pickup.”

 

Photography businesses were allowed to reopen on May 11. “Photographers should avoid photographing groups outside of family units and in no case groups larger than 10 individuals as long as mass gatherings remain prohibited. Photographers should remain 6 feet or farther from all subjects and employ zoom settings for up-close photographs.”

 

Retail businesses were allowed to reopen on May 20. “Retail businesses must limit the number of customers present in any given retail business to 33% of the maximum permitted occupancy of the facility, assuming all individuals in the store are able to maintain six (6) feet of space between each other with that level of occupancy. … Once a retail business has reached its capacity, it should permit a new customer inside only after a previous customer has left the premises on a one-to-one basis. Retail businesses experiencing lines or waits outside their doors should establish a safe means for customers to await entry …”

 

Fayette Mall released a list of retailers and restaurants that are reopening plus its own additional guidance to customers and retailers. That includes the following public areas remaining closed: the children’s play area, soft seating areas and common area gathering spaces and drinking fountains. Also, food court seating will be limited to comply with social distancing guidelines.

 

Tanning salons were allowed to reopen on May 25. Those businesses “must limit the number of clients present in any given tanning salon business to 33% of the occupational capacity of the facility. Employees are excluded from this 33% maximum. … Tanning salon businesses must eliminate the use of any waiting areas, provide services by appointment only and communicate by phone or text when the client may enter the salon.” Also, “tattoo parlors should discontinue nasal and oral procedures.”

 

Tattoo parlors were allowed to reopen on May 25. Those businesses “must limit the number of clients present in any given tanning salon business to 33% of the occupational capacity of the facility. Employees are excluded from this 33% maximum. … Tanning salon businesses must eliminate the use of any waiting areas, provide services by appointment only and communicate by phone or text when the client may enter the salon.”

 

Vehicle and boat dealerships were allowed to reopen on May 11. “Dealerships should prioritize digital and online sales.” Also, “In no case should a showroom exceed 25% of its designated maximum occupancy” and “dealerships should allow customers to test drive vehicles/vessels without an employee present in order to ensure social distancing.”

 

ENTERTAINMENT
▪ Groups of up to 10 people were able to begin gathering starting May 22. “Public health experts discourage people from sharing items in any gathering, including tools, sporting equipment, vehicles, cooking/grilling ware, and other high-touch objects.”

Also, those gathering should be held outside whenever possible and attendees should “remain at least six (6) feet apart from people who are not a part of your household. … If you will be closer than six (6) feet to someone outside your household at any point, wear a cloth face covering or mask over your nose and mouth.”

▪ Plans are for groups of up to 50 people to be allowed to gather on June 29.

▪ Movie theaters were allowed to reopen on June 1. “Movie theaters must limit the number of patrons present to 33% of the occupational capacity of the facility. Employees are excluded from this 33% maximum.” Source

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