Syracuse Barbershop Won’t Change Protocols Despite Capacity Restrictions Being Lifted Syracuse Barbershop Won't Change Protocols Despite Capacity Changes

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – On May 19 most pandemic-induced capacity restrictions will end in New York State according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Hall of Fame Barbershop employee Tyler Lindquist understands the excitement surrounding a potential return to normalcy but will continue to keep his customers as safe as possible

“Although the ease of restrictions will allow for things to feel normal again, we will continue to keep our workstations as sanitized as possible,” Lindquist said.

Lindquist takes his time when cleaning up after a haircut.

 

Lindquist has been working for Hall of Fame since August 2019.

“Barbershops are sterile, we keep the same exact rules that we had prior to COVID-19 but put in a little extra effort because of the global pandemic,” Lindquist said.

Hall of Fame is currently open to 50-percent capacity. On May 7 it will open to 75-percent capacity. Come May 19, the barbershop will operate as it had before the pandemic. The only major difference will be that everyone will be wearing a mask and that the clean-up process will take a few minutes longer.

To book an appointment at Hall of Fame click on this link or phone them directly (315-807-8865).

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