Hairdressers and garden centers reopened in Scotland on Monday as the country freed itself.
As part of its release from pandemic restrictions, retail stores that may now reopen include hairdressers and barbers, home goods stores, electrical repair shops and vehicle showrooms.
Adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 can also start participating in outdoor sports.
Hairstylist Alan Edwards said he and his clients were “super excited” to be able to have their hair colored and cut for the first time in months.
“It’s absolutely amazing,” he told ITV. “Everyone is waiting for their hair color to be finished, which is the most important. It really helps people’s self-esteem. ”
“What we had to do was reduce customer capacity to 50%. We have an appointment system, we have all the protocols in order, we have hand sanitizer and we have screens to separate clients so they feel safe, ” he added. .
Hairdressers and barbers reopened in Wales on March 15, while in England they are due to reopen on April 12.
The Northern Irish government has yet to announce the reopening of hairdressers and barbers. (dpa / NAN)
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