“Before we opened our doors to the customers, the salon was thoroughly sanitized and disinfected. At the end of the day, we will also fumigate the premises. We had only four staff members working today who were provided PPE kits from a medical distributor. The kit included cap, goggles, mask, coat and gloves,” said Sandeep Kalra, co-owner of salon chain Grace & Glamour. The company has 11 branches in Gurugram, but started its operations only in outlets at sectors 15 and 31. … [Read more...] about Stylists in PPE kit, service by appointment: Parlours, salons open amid Covid-19 pandemic
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Some of the salon owners/management also question this new charge that has become the bone of contention in the current scenario considering some disposables were part of the services earlier as well. “I’m not sure in what capacity is this being charged” says, Sonali Bhambri, director, Toni & Guy (North India), adding, “In our gear, disposable sheets, strips and face napkins, were already there. In hair, we have shifted from regular towels to disposable towels, which is an added cost, but as of now we are not charging extra for that bit.” … [Read more...] about Now paying: Covid-19 protection fee for salon services?
A traffic policeman is seen on Times Sqaure in New York City, the United States, May 29, 2020. New York City, the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, is set to enter phase one of the reopening process on June 8, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Friday. (Xinhua/Wang Ying) … [Read more...] about NYC expected to start phased reopening on June 8, says New York governor
“The majority of... Chinese at the moment are still susceptible to COVID-19 infection because (of) a lack of immunity,” Mr. Zhong said as quoted in the CNN report. “We are facing (a) big challenge, it’s not better than the foreign countries I think at the moment.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus | China expert warn of a second wave
What makes it worse is that GenZ-ers will grow up to be those grandparents who tell their grandkids about the tough times they lived through — staying in, cooking exotic recipes, making crap coffee, singing, dancing, ‘challenging’, and basically romping their creativity on the ‘gram for the ‘upkeep of general morale’. Just that thought is enough to help one confront death easier, maybe even wish it sooner. … [Read more...] about A brave new jobless world