Birmingham news Hairdressers, gyms and beauty salons 'to reopen on December 2' MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - As part of his Covid Winter Plan, Boris Johnson will allow people to get their hair and nails done before Christmas
Breaking News ! The Prime Minister will provide cheer for the industries that help us get ready for the festive season - by allowing them to reopen post lockdown. Hairdressers, beauty salons, gyms and are set to reopen on December 2 - and give us a confidence boost before 2020 ends. Boris Johnson is expected to announce a very harsh Covid Winter Plan - with tougher Tier restrictions from December 2. However it is understood that ministers are pushing for the 'look good' businesses to be allowed to reopen - as the festive period is a busy time for them. A source told the Daily Mail : "Businesses such as gyms, beauty salons are dying to open and have made themselves Covid safe. "People want to get their nails done before Christmas – it's a huge season for these businesses." Read More Related Articles Boris Johnson to announce 'normal Christmas' cancelled with tougher tiers after lockdown Read More Related Articles Holly Willoughby forced to take time off This Morning after children in Covid scare Hairdressers, gyms and beauty salons were hit hard by the pandemic and first lockdown. While shops, pubs and restaurants opened from mid June and early July, gyms had to wait until July 25 to reopen. Lockdown restrictions were even worse for hair and beauty salons who were forced to remain closed for six months. They were finally given the green light to reopen after August 15. Read More Related Articles 72 Covid deaths across Birmingham and Midlands as UK toll rises by 391 Read More Related Articles Christmas welfare bonus to be paid to Universal Credit and other benefit claimants These sectors were forced to shut their doors once again on November 5 as England was plunged into a four week lockdown. The full details of the new measures will be announced from Monday ( November 23) and according to the Daily Mail, the public will be advised that although hair and beauty salons will be open - this will not be a normal festive party season.
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It is understood this advice has led to the new tougher three-tier system. A source added: “The going is going to get tough — get ready for tiers on steroids.” There could be extra travel bans and bans on overnight stays as part of the new plan. The Government is expected to try to stagger drinkers’ leaving times by extending pub closing to 11pm — although last orders will be at 10pm rather than the strict curfew enforced before lockdown.
There was heavy criticism for the PM on the curfew rule - as it meant crowds of people were leaving bars and spilling onto the streets at the same time. Pubs that do not serve food might remain closed in Covid hotspots. And Brits living in Tier 2 and 3 areas could be banned from mixing with other households indoors. It is understood there will be a brief reprieve for five days over Christmas to allow families to celebrate together. 'Several families' could be allowed to join a social bubble and mix between December 22 and 28. Then tougher restrictions will return in the new year - in the hope there will be a normal Easter.
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