字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント this morning, Jim's tattoo parlors and bowling alleys in Georgia opening their doors for the first time in weeks. We're shutting down hairs in between the other lanes. So at the closest antibiotics to be to your group is 11 feet, the state's governor easing Corona virus restrictions beginning today, giving businesses the green light to reopen. We don't even let people inside the building anymore, but the reaction from small business owners is mixed. We're putting, you know, people over profit at the end of the day, some saying they aren't taking any chances. I just would never feel comfortable if anything ever happened to any of my clients because they came in my salon. While others say they are eager to safely get back to business, we're not using our snack bar. We're not using our lounge. We're not using the arcade. I wasn't happy with Brian Camp Spaz. Beauty powers, tattoo parlors, I know. Even President Trump, who is encouraging states to ease restrictions, is calling out Georgia's governor for opening up too much too soon. I said You do what you think is best, but if you ask me, am I happy about it? I'm not happy about it. Safety recommendations during the pandemic are constantly changing. Just yesterday, one study said states like Texas and South Carolina could begin to reopen by June 1st, but 24 hours later, distancing measures should stay in place for at least another 6.5 weeks. But book is already full, and Georgia is not alone in its quest to reopen. Salons and Oklahoma already have full schedules beginning today, while Tennessee promises to lift restrictions by Thursday. Everybody needs to go back to work. Everybody wants to go back to work. And in Texas, restrictions may still be in place. But some businesses say they can't stay closed another day. Way have to weigh, have to survive. And that's what we're doing. The end of CPI is calling on Georgia branches to defy the governor and maintain the shelter in place orders. The overall Kobe 19 death rated Georgia is 4% but for Black Cove in 19 patients, it's more than 9%. Kenneth, Mona Meghan Thank you. Hi, everyone. George Stephanopoulos here. Thanks for checking out the ABC News YouTube channel. If you'd like to get more video show highlights and watch live event coverage. Click on the right over here to subscribe to our channel. And don't forget to download the ABC News after breaking news alerts. Thanks for watching.