Book Online »

Covid-19 – Our Road to Recovery


“Masks, social distancing, more space, different hours, new rules- businesses around the Treasure Valley have reopened after the Coronavirus shutdown, but it’s a new normal. Aimed at keeping both customers and employees safe as the valley goes back to business, the changes are more striking at some establishments than others.”

“When customers are let in the door of Graeber & Co. Salon and Day Spa in downtown Boise for scheduled appointments, their hands are sprayed down with sanitizer, their temperature is checked, and they’re asked to sign a waiver about COVID-19 that asks screening questions about symptoms. Masks are required, both for all employees and all customers; customers who don’t bring a mask can buy one for $3. New plastic sneeze guards separate guests from both receptionists and nail technicians at their stations; stylists wear clear face shields for safety in addition to masks when they lean over a client at the shampoo station; and there’s a new layout with fewer hair styling stations, ensuring six feet of separation between them.”

To read more about our road to recovery after the Coronavirus shut down, view the full article here: