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Spaniards began to line up at hairdressers

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Spaniards began to line up at hairdressers

After the Spanish Prime Minister announced his plan to remove the country from quarantine, thousands of people in the Iberian kingdom rushed to make an appointment with hairdressers. According to the presented plan, they will earn on the next Monday. In less than a day, hundreds of people were on the waiting lists. If they were lined up in a row, kilometer-long queues would form (there is more that no one has canceled the social distance of 1.5-2 meters).
According to the owner of one of the most popular Madrid salons, Natalia de Vega, she received more than 800 applications per night. “It's kind of crazy,” she says.
The head of another well-known salon, Maria Baras, notes that she has not yet taken up the compilation of lists, "her phone was clogged with hundreds of messages," everyone wants to be the first to get an appointment with a hairdresser or a manicurist. “I ask customers to be patient because we need more information. We don’t understand anything about the opportunities that we will have,” says Maria.
After 44 days of isolation, women felt an urgent need to put their heads and hands in order. But most beauty salons were not ready for such a turn. The prime minister’s announcement took them by surprise. The hairdressers only had five days left to prepare the premises for receiving clients, to disinfect them, and to establish partitions.

According to Alejandro Fernandez, representative of the Alliance of Entrepreneurs and Hairdressers, there are many ambiguities in the words of the Prime Minister. “The announcement is ambiguous and has many interpretations. It's pointless to start working without clear rules,” he says.

The “plan for the transition to a new normality" (this is the name of the plan) says that institutions can be opened from May 4 for individual customer service by appointment, while the salons should "guarantee them maximum protection." From May 11, hairdressers will be able to receive visitors already without an appointment, but no more than 30 percent of the throughput, the distance between the seats where clients sit down should be at least 2 meters.

According to Beatrice Guerrero, director of another popular center, the opening of a hairdresser is a big question, as it is necessary to have time to get protective suits in which specialists are required to work. It is worth noting that from the beginning of the crisis, hairdressers donated hundreds of thousands of gloves, gowns, liters of disinfectants to hospitals, and now must re-purchase them.
Salons are also expected to measure the temperature of customers, as soon as they arrive, keep their clothes and bags packed in airtight cases. Before receiving the next client, all materials will be disinfected.

Large salons can afford to work in such conditions, but 94 percent of hairdressers in Spain are small enterprises with the number of employees from 1 to 5. Not all can fulfill the new requirements. As a result, 42 percent of salons (about 20 thousand) can simply close, unable to cope with the crisis caused by restrictions imposed due to coronavirus.

Source: Russian newspaper

29.04.2020 14:02:01
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