Re-Opening America? Massages And Pedicures Now At 80% Of Pre-Coronavirus Levels in Georgia


Haircuts, pedicures and massages are big business in Georgia again.

Restaurants, too.

The state started re-opening businesses on April 24 and dropped its shelter-in-place order a week later. Now mobile data shows that visits to nail salons, spas, tattoo parlors, and barber shops is back up to 80% of pre-Coronavirus levels. Visits to restaurants are also up. With dine-in service allowed again, Georgia restaurants are now at 75% of their former pre-COVID levels of service.

Get the full story in my post at Forbes …