UK Hairdessers May Have To Wait Six Months To Reopen

HAIRDRESSERS could have to wait six months before they can resume activity as the government struggles to find a safe way of allowing them to trade, it was claimed today.

According to The Sun, the government’s team of top scientists cannot see a way for hairdressers to carry out their work without risking spreading the virus.

The government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) is looking into how the UK would cope if lockdown measures were gradually relaxed after warnings from ministers and Public Health England that any rash moves could result in a “second wave” of infections.

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