While the situation of COVID-19 in India is still at its peak, recovering countries across the globe have relieved the situation of businesses. Several salons across the globe have started opening their doors to people. Let’s find out how they have been going about!
Denmark has allowed beauty salons and hairdressers to reopen on April 20 as the country loosened its lockdown measures, having imposed restrictions on movement since March 12. The businesses are having to comply with strict health guidelines on hygiene and distance.
With its lowest number of coronavirus deaths in two weeks, Germany also reopened some shops on April 20 which included hairdressers, and it is believed that Norway and Switzerland are due to allow hairdressers to open their doors on April 27.
Spain and France are believed to be planning to keep lockdown in place well into next month. Salons in Austria are set to open their doors on May 2.
A partial easing of restrictions on movement has also been announced in Dubai, with hair and nail salons reopening on April 24, with capacity limits of how many customers they can see in place.
In the US, Georgia governor Brian Kemp has unveiled plans to allow some businesses that were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic to reopen, as the state eases restrictions and starts to reopen the local economy. According to Kemp’s plans, beauty salons and barbershops could be permitted to reopen on April 24 but only if they adhere to social distancing requirements, sanitation mandates and meet other safety standards.
Source: Professional Beauty UK