CLOSE Carlene Nelson, co-owner of Retreat Spa and Salon in Georgia demonstrated what safety measures she put in place as her business prepares to reopen. Augusta ChronicleGyms in Georgia are preparing to gradually open their floors to members as the state restarts many businesses shuttered by the coronavirus pandemic.The reopenings follow Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s announcement that gyms, tattoo parlors, hair and nail salons, massage therapists, and other services will be allowed to reopen on Friday, less than a month after the state forced them to close amid COVID-19 outbreaks.So what should members anxious to revive their exercise routines expect?The Gold’s Gym chain is reopening four locations in McDonough, Augusta and Dacula, Georgia, on Friday. Two more will open in the state on Monday. This comes after the chain temporarily closed its locations across the country last month to slow the spread of the virus, and also launched on-demand video workouts.Gold’s permanently closed over 30 locations because of COVID-19.Where’s the yeast? Dry yeast flew off shelves during coronavirus pantry stocking. Here’s when you can buy it againRecord jobless numbers: 26 million Americans filed for jobless benefits over 5 weeks as layoffs wind onLimited equipmentIn the first phase of the reopening, gym members can only use the cardio and strength equipment


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