North Carolina has issued an executive stay at home order for all non essential workers. Essential workers are Medical, Law and Media officials. With every barbershop and beauty salon closing, the stylists still need to earn a living. Law officials are urging citizens not to have them come to your residence.
According to WSOC, North Carolina residents are being urged by officials not to set up house calls for hairdressers and massage therapists during the stay-at-home order for the coronavirus outbreak, saying such arrangements put those providers at both professional and health risks. Since all salons and spas have closed, officials say some providers have been offering or getting requests to make house calls. Providers who make house calls could lose their license and face a misdemeanor charge.