A few salons within the city, which revived, were seen following Government rules just like the use of sanitisers and checking temperatures of customers. Under the second phase of unlocking, the Maharashtra Government has given relaxation in many sectors and permitted grooming outlets to open from today in the State.
With further facilitating of coronavirus-induced controls in Maharashtra, a few salons opened in Mumbai on Sunday after a gap of three months whereas numerous remained closed due to the need of labour. The parlours and salons falling under the COVID-19 containment zones did not open.
Disposal towels and napkins must be used on clients, whereas non-disposal gear ought to be sterilized and disinfected after each service, the Government order said. Each shop must put up a notice listing safety measures for clients, the notice read.
According to Maharashtra Government’s revised rules, salons and parlours will be permitted to revive from Sunday with limited sections and prior appointments for clients. A changing set of rules, issued as a portion of the Government’s ‘Mission Begin Again’ phase four, said only selective services like hairstyle and colouring, waxing, and threading will be permitted as of now in outlets.
The state government in its notice on Thursday said skin-related services will not be allowed at display and this should be noticeably displayed outside shops. “Employees must put protective gear, including gloves, aprons, and masks. All workspace (chairs) must be sanitised after each service. Also, all common areas and floors must be sanitised after every two hours,” it said.