By Pepi Sappal • 21 June 2020 • 5:11
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THE move will certainly be welcomed by individuals who have not had a hair cut – or at least a professional one – in around 13 weeks since the lockdown started. The announcement, of course, will also bring a huge relief to approximately 33,000 hairdressers and beauticians across the country, particularly as a large majority of them are self-employed or small business owners. However, it’s not yet clear whether the Government will allow nail bars and beauty salons to open on July 4 as well.
When hairdressers and barbers open in early July, which is dependent on the two-meter rule being scrapped, they will be expected to adhere to strict safety measures. This includes thorough cleaning and disinfecting of equipment. Hairdressers/barbers will also be expected to wear a full-face plastic visor to prevent any Covid-19 infection risk.
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