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PremierLeague-News.Com - Hairdressers are included in step two of the roadmap, along with retail, gyms and pub gardens
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Boris Johnson’s lockdown roadmap announcement on Monday had many people celebrating the eventual return of restaurants, pubs and clubs.But with hairdressers having been closed for months, many of us will be in desperate need of a fresh trim before showing our faces in public again.The roadmap, which will see restrictions eased in four stages, reveals when close-contact services will be able to reopen.The i newsletter latest news and analysisEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.Here is everything you need to know.When will hairdressers reopen?Hairdressers are included in step two of the roadmap, along with retail, gyms and pub gardens.
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.The earliest date step two can begin is 12 April, though it could be later.Before each step, the Government will review data assessing the impact of the previous stage against four tests.
These tests are: The vaccine deployment programme continues successfullyEvidence shows vaccines are sufficiently effective in reducing hospitalisations and deaths in those vaccinatedInfection rates do not risk a surge in hospitalisations which would put unsustainable pressure on the NHSGovernment assessment of the risks is not fundamentally changed by new variants of concern
Once step two is given the go-ahead, hairdressers, barbers and other close-contact services such as beauticians, nail technicians and tattooists will be allowed to open their doors for the first time in months.The roadmap states under step two: “Additional premises will be able to reopen but should only be visited alone or with household groups: non-essential retail; personal care premises such as hairdressers, salons and close-contact services.”What are the key opening dates?
Here is what is scheduled to open under each stage of the roadmap: Step one (8 March) Schools and collegesOutdoor sports and leisure facilities (29 March)Outdoor parent and child groups with up to 15 parents (29 March) Step two (earliest 12 April) All retailPubs, restaurants and cafes – with outdoor seating onlyGyms and other indoor leisure (limited to household groups)Hairdressers and other personal care businessesDomestic holidays (limited to household groups)Outdoor attractions like zoos and theme parksWeddings and wakes with up to 15 peopleLibraries and community centresAll children’s activities, including indoor parent and children groups with up to 15 parentsTests for larger events Step three (earliest 17 May) Indoor seating in pubs and restaurantsIndoor entertainment venues like cinemas and theatresDomestic overnight staysOrganised indoor adult sportWeddings and other “significant life events” with 30 peopleRemaining outdoor entertainment, such as performancesRemaining accommodationInternational travel (subject to review) Step four (earliest 21 June) NightclubsLarger events
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