Ralph Nisonov’s hair salon is empty.
“No one wants to have their hair cut. They’re not going anywhere, ”said Nisonov, a hairstylist at Sudden Impulse Haircare in Middle Village, Queens.
The problem is the pandemic, which forced Nisonov to shut down Sudden Impulse Haircare for three months and continues to affect business.
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City Council Member Robert Holden is co-sponsoring legislation that could overturn or reduce fines for small businesses inspected during pandemic A hair salon in Middle Village, Queens, has been fined $ 1,000 for failing to posted social distancing markers on the floor A barbershop across the street was also fined $ 1,000 for not using the proper paperwork when recording body temperature and contact with the customer information for contact tracers
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