Oklahoma business remains closed because of coronavirus fear
May 1, 2020
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Some Oklahoma businesses remain closed out of fear of being exposed to the coronavirus, despite being allowed to reopen.
Businesses such as barber shops, hair and nail salons, and spas began reopening April 24 in many cities. Gov. Kevin Stitt said they could resume business as long as they follow social distancing and sanitation guidelines. But massage therapist Syd Lowery in Norman said she will remain closed.
"It's a little terrifying to be honest. I work for myself, I go to peoples' homes. ... I don't think we're ready to reopen," Lowery said, adding that massage t...