When can mobile hairdressers work again?

Boris Johnson confirms go-ahead to move to step two of roadmap

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson took to a Downing Street press briefing on Monday afternoon during which he confirmed the Government would proceed to Stage Two of the roadmap for easing lockdown restrictions. Mr Johnson said he’d be going to the pub for a pint himself when the restrictions ease in April, saying he would be “cautiously but irreversibly raising a pint of beer to my lips”. But amid the good news, the Prime Minister said the difficulties facing countries in mainland Europe highlighted the risks still posed by the pandemic.

Mr Johnson said: “We can’t be complacent. We can see the waves of sickness affecting other countries and we have seen how this story goes.

“We still don’t know how strong the vaccine shield will be when cases begin to rise, as I’m afraid that they will, and that’s why we are saying please get your vaccine or your second dose when your turn comes.

The Prime Minister also encouraged people to use free NHS tests as part of the drive to identify those with positive cases but not displaying symptoms.

Setting out the move for Stage Two, Mr Johnson said the shift to the next step was “fully justified by the data”.

When can mobile hairdressers work again?

Mr Johnson revealed on Monday the next step of lockdown will see businesses in the personal care sector reopen, including hairdressers and nail salons.

As of April 12, hairdressers can get back to doing what they do best in England as long as social distancing and hygiene methods are adhered to.

Luckily for mobile hairdressers, the reopening date of April 12 includes their services, as they haven’t been able to work during the lockdown.

Mobile hairdressers, like their salon counterparts, will have to practice with all the necessary COVID-19 security precautions in place.

In Scotland, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced hairdressers can reopen on April 5.

This date is three days after the ‘stay at home’ Government guidance is officially lifted.

This means people will be allowed to leave the house much more often, but they’ll have to stay within their local authority until April 26.

In the case of Scotland, mobile hairdressers may be restricted in terms of their client base until the travel ban is lifted on April 26.

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Northern Ireland hasn’t yet outlined when salons can reopen in the country.

Stormont Ministers have failed to give even a provisional reopening date for the personal care sector, but five stages of the road to recovery have been outlined.

However, the NI Government’s plan only allows non-essential shops to reopen during Stage Three, so it’s thought beauty and hairdressers could be included at this point.

The NI Government says “close contact services can resume” under stage three, but it’s unsure exactly when that will be. 

Other personal care facilities in England that will reopen on April 12 include:

  • Hair, beauty and nail salons
  • Body and skin piercing services and studios
  • Tattoo shops
  • Spas and massage centres, with the exception of steam rooms and saunas
  • Holistic therapies including acupuncture, homeopathy and reflexology
  • Tanning salons

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