Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami, in an announcement, said salons and parlors can’t connect with representatives living in COVID-19 control zones and forced air systems ought not to be utilized
The State government on Saturday permitted salons and excellence parlors to work across Tamil Nadu, aside from inside the Chennai police cut off points and COVID-19 control zones, from Sunday between 7 a.m. also, 7 p.m.
In an announcement, Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami stated, salons and parlors can’t draw in representatives living in control zones and forced air systems ought not be utilized.
The customers and workers ought to carefully stick to physical separating standards and they should not be permitted section on the off chance that they have indications like fever, cold, and hack, he included.
The announcement further said that the salon and parlous ought to be disinfected five times each day and customers ought to be furnished with hand sanitizer.
The owners and workers ought to guarantee the wearing covers and furthermore customers and workers must wash their hands with cleansers routinely, it included.
Prior, the administration had permitted salons in provincial territories to work from May 19.