On Tuesday, Boris Johnson, the Prime minister, addressed the ministers, and confirmed that the lock would be even more easy from the 4th of July.
The new rules and regulations allow the stylist to re-open for bookings for the next month, as well as for the pubs, restaurants, hotels and more.
Cafes and bars are also expected to re-open it, the British can finally get their hair cut in their favorite hair salon.
But there will also be great changes, has warned the government, with directives issued to the hairdressers outlining 11 key changes.
Any person working in close proximity for an extended period must wear a visor. We told the stylist to use work back-to-back or side-to-side (rather than face-to-face), to the extent possible.
A visor is reusable must be cleaned and disinfected regularly with normal cleaning products. There is no obligation for the client to wear additional protection such as a mask or a cover face, when the practitioner wears a visor.
Screens plexiglass should be installed to keep away clients from each other, blocked to ensure the respect of measures of social distancing.
The rule of two meters was yesterday reduced to one-half of Mr. Johnson, who now offers a distance of 1 m in any security.
The barbers are invited to ” create a physical barrier between the work stations, where it is practical “.
The guide states: “Use of screens to create a physical barrier between the work stations, where it is practical. This will not be necessary between the practitioner and the client when the practitioner wears a visor. “
There should be a “buddy” system coherent, defined as setting out what workers are working together, if workers must be nearby, ” according to the guidelines, with people banned from working remotely to someone else for an extended period of time .
The customers will be to ask three questions when booking – particularly if they have a cough, high temperature, or if they noticed a loss, or a change in the normal sense of taste or smell.
They may be prohibited until these symptoms disappear.
The disposable gowns for each client are another set of rules to implement ” where possible “, and if not, the salons should use gowns and separate cities for each client, washing between uses.
Everything must be washed after each use – including scissors, clippers and more.
All premises should ensure that measures are taken to avoid people having to make themselves heard wrongly. This includes, but not limited to, refrain from playing music or programming that can encourage the crees, including if they are played at a volume which makes the normal conversation difficult.
Systems, by appointment only, should be in place, which will make visits without an appointment in the past.
We will also ask the people to give up their coats to the extent possible and to appear to the appointment.
Hairdressers are invited to use the outdoor spaces to make the tail when they are available and safe, for example some car parks.
Venues should “consider switching to a policy of” one-in-one ” . “
When making an appointment, the barbers are invited to ask the customer if they can attend on their own, if possible.
Details kept for 21 days
The barbers and hairdressers were asked to keep information relating to clients for three weeks – 21 days – to ensure that the system NHS Test and Trace is assisted in every way possible.
Thus, the sites will keep track of who has appointments.
Dryers, extensions, and procedures for the installation of nails should be banned, and the list price should be reduced considerably to ensure the health and safety of all persons present.
All procedures that require close face-to-face, such as eyelashes or eyebrows, are also prohibited.