Someone Told on Paradise Nails and Spa Salon in Kalama

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Someone Told on Paradise Nails and Spa Salon in Kalama

"I'm a resident of Kalama and have personally witnessed as well as spoken to people who know people that have secretly had appointments with this woman to get their nails done. I have seen her go into the salon with a customer behind her and she closed the blinds and left the open sign off while I was at the gas station across the street. I also have a friend who said that she made an appointment to get her nails done by this woman (Maria) at her home. She said she didnt even ask if she was sick. I was curious about this and called the number on her Facebook page to see if I could book an appointment and she answered and said I could! She had appointments for the whole week and tried to set one for next. I am appalled by this illegal activity and feel like people like this is why it is taking longer to get this disease contained. I do not want COVID to spread in my community and become at risk because people want their nails done. I would like to stay anonymous because I do not want my close friends to find out I have reported this business. I know 3 people who are regular customers at her salon. PLEASE check into Maria's illegal practices. She has posts on the page saying she is closed but that is not true. Here is the facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/ParadiseNailsKalama" -

The aforementioned complaint was filed in Kalama, Washington on Thursday April 23, 2020 with DOL bpdcustomersupport@dol.wa.gov against Paradise Nails and Spa Salon saying Non-essential business is open. Email address given was and phone number given was .


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