Australia has reversed a call to restrict hairdressing appointments to simply 30 minutes following a backlash.
Nevertheless, whereas appointments can now go on for longer, hairdressers and barbers should nonetheless observe the “4 sq. metre per individual” rule.
Salons have been allowed to stay open, regardless of different companies being closed amid the coronavirus outbreak.
However some have known as for all salons and barbers to be shut through the outbreak, which has killed 13 in Australia.
Earlier this week Prime Minister Scott Morrison introduced plenty of new restrictions, which noticed play centres, libraries and museums closed from midnight on Wednesday.
Nevertheless, the prime minister mentioned that hairdressers and barbers might stay open so long as companies maintained social distancing, restricted the variety of clients inside their premises and restricted appointments to 30 minutes.
However Simply Cuts chief government Denis McFadden mentioned sustaining social distance can be unimaginable.
“We want the federal government now to close us down,” he mentioned.
Talking in a video filmed in one in every of his firm’s salons, Mr McFaddon added: “Does this make sense? I am touching this consumer’s hair, and our stylists are doing this every single day.”
He added that till the choice to shut all hairdressers was taken, no provisions could possibly be made to take care of employees.
“When that occurs, there shall be a security web for our employees and likewise the landlords could be sympathetic to the rents that we’ll be paying,” he mentioned.
“I plead for the state and federal governments to think about that that is harmful.”
Individually on Wednesday, a hairdresser in South Africa was charged with tried homicide after defying a health care provider’s order to self-quarantine.