LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday that, starting immediately, all pet grooming, retail training businesses and mobile services would be allowed to reopen — with modifications — as the city continued to reopen in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Customers will now be able to drop-off and pick up their pets outside of the store, or home if using a mobile service, for grooming and training.

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“Retail locations must adopt the county’s retail protocols, and mobile services must adopt the county’s physical distancing requirements,” Garcetti said. “And any mobile service provider should not enter a customer’s home.”

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The mayor also announced that car washes would be able to resume operations, but they must adopt the county’s retail establishment protocols.

The city previously allowed only automated and self-service washes.

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In order to open, businesses must limit the number of customers inside the business, practice social distancing and wear face coverings.