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(Reuters) - When Yahaira Caraballo opened her nail salon in the Bronx, New York nearly seven years ago, it was a bare-bones shop with two nail technicians. FILE PHOTO: A nail salon opens after a shutdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pooler, Georgia, U.S., April 25, 2020. REUTERS/Maranie Staab/File Photo. Earlier this year, she had six nail technicians, a full-time receptionist and a cleaning person, a renovated salon, and a following that included as many as 45 clients on a busy day. Now Caraballo, 38, doesn’t know how long it will be before her clients can once again sit side by side at her black shimmery nail bar for manicures, or on her salon’s long studded bench to have pedicures. Vollständiger Text

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