NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Hair salons and barbershops in Tennessee will be allowed to reopen for business on May 6, according to a Putnam County lawmaker.

State Representative Ryan Williams said the announcement was made Wednesday morning during a weekly meeting with Governor Bill Lee.

As part of the governor’s “Tennessee Pledge” plan, this would apply to 89 of the state’s 95 counties, excluding Shelby, Madison, Davidson, Hamilton, Knox and Sullivan counties, which will have their own strategies.

State Representative Jeremy Faison added May 6 would also allow for the reopening of nail salons and massage therapy centers, but said more guidance was expected from the governor on Thursday.

Some owners of hair salons and barbershops were concerned Tuesday when Governor Lee signed an executive order through May 29 that included the continued closure of personal care businesses. Williams said the governor was simply extending the order itself, but had planned to provide guidance for an earlier reopening of these businesses.