Beauty salons must remain closed until 'they can operate in a Covid secure way'

By Becky Bargh | 24-Jun-2020

Despite reducing the social distancing guidelines to one metre and allowing hairdressers to reopen, the British government has denied beauty salons and spas permission to welcome back customers

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UK beauty salon owners have had their dreams dashed after the government denied them permission to reopen with other establishments on 4 July.

The announcement by Prime Minister (PM) Boris Johnson has allowed bars, restaurants and cafes to welcome back customers, with guidelines of service.

However, tanning and beauty salons, nail bars, spas and aesthetic clinics will have to continue their agonising wait

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