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When can mobile hairdressers return to work? New locking rules explained with the opening of lounges from July 4

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Boris Johnson announced the greatest relaxation of confinement measures since large parts of the English economy were closed on March 23.

Among the reopenings from July 4, hair salons and barbers can welcome customers again, provided they are secured by Covid and can apply a meter more rules of social distancing.

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However, there has been some confusion regarding mobile hairstylists, who fall into a subcategory of lockout rules.

Here’s what we know so far when mobile hairstylists can return to work and the new rules in place.

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Hairstylist wearing protective mask serves client in reopened hair salon (Photo: EVGENIA NOVOZHENINA / Reuters)

When can mobile hairdressers return to work?

Under the foreclosure rules, friends and family will be allowed to visit each other for the first time in months, but households are expected to meet only one other household at a time.

However, the Independent Association of Hairdressers Said On Their Website: “Following the announcement made today by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the government has confirmed that hairdressers can reopen from July 4.

“The government does not distinguish between the sectors of our industry. When they speak of hairdressers, they mean all hairdressers, salons and freelancers / mobiles together. “

Therefore, mobile hairdressers can resume work from July 4, alongside those who work in salons.

What new security measures will be in place?

Since people have spent so much time at home in the past months of foreclosure, the demand for mobile hairstyle is expected to increase, particularly among those who want the company to reopen.

It is believed that a number of precautionary and hygienic measures will be introduced as standard practice, including mandatory temperature controls, the allocation of additional time to disinfect the area before and after treatment, minimal direct conversation and wearing gloves, masks and other protective equipment.

With the reduction of social distance measures from two to one meter, mobile hairstyling will become easier in practical terms, although professionals will need to ensure that their work practices are always secured by Covid.

It is likely that hair salons will operate at only 50% of their capacity to maintain social distancing, with hairdressers working shift schedules to minimize contact with staff and clients.

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