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(The Center Square) – Several types of salons, along with barber shops, can offer outdoor services as long as certain safety guidelines are met as the state continues to grapple with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday.

The news came on the same day that the state reported a single-day record of 11,554 new cases after three days of decreasing numbers. California now has 398,751 confirmed cases and 7,773 deaths, including 58 additional fatalities reported Monday.

Salons and barber shops, along with most types of businesses, were forced to close in March when the pandemic first hit. They began to reopen in May, but a July 13 order by Newsom again forced several indoor businesses to close.

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