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Erica Fahnbulleh, owner of Essence Hair Design, 4710 N.E. Martin Luther King Jr., reopens her business under new Phase One coronavirus regulations for public safety, while reaching out to distribute free food boxes from the Sunshine Division for those in need each Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.  On Friday, Multnomah County was officially reopened for business under the state’s re-opening process, requiring safe distancing between people and masks to be worn in all public places.

Erica Fahnbulleh, owner of Essence Hair Design, 4710 N.E. Martin Luther King Jr., reopens her business under new Phase One coronavirus regulations for public safety, while reaching out to distribute free food boxes from the Sunshine Division for those in need each Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. On Friday, Multnomah County was officially reopened for business under the state’s re-opening process, requiring safe distancing between people and masks to be worn in all public places.

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Business owner opens hair salon and distributes free food boxes for those in need.