Covid-19: Salons reopen for business at Maharashtra’s Pune | Pune News


PUNE: After a gap of three weeks, salons were reopened in Pune for company on Sunday.
The Maharashtra government allowed barbershops, salons and beauty parlours to restart operations from June 28 from the nation, under its Mission Begin Again Stage IV.
“Barbershops, salons, and beauty parlours with limited entrance with previous appointments only. Simply select services like haircut, dyeing hair, threading etc are all permitted. Skin associated services won’t be allowed presently. This ought to prominently be displayed from the stores,” read an order from the state authorities.
Talking to ANI, Akshay Borude, proprietor of Apple Unisex Salon stated,”We’re glad as our salon has reopened after 3.5 weeks. We’re after all of the wellness guidelines declared by the authorities to contain the spread of C OVID-19 such as thermal screening, sporting PPE kits and timely sanitisation of their gear.
“We’re taking 2-3 appointments at a time to keep social distancing from the salon,” Borude mentioned adding that epidermis solutions aren’t allowed right now which may impact the companies 30 percent.
Marshal, a client present in the salon stated,”My sole concern was security but here I could see that the salon is currently taking all the precautionary steps. They’ve offered us masks and disposable covers. All of the stylists are also taking preventative steps. It’s an entirely new experience.


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