NSTnation: Since the movementcontrolorder ( MCO ) came into force about three weeks ago, one of the main concerns, particularly among men, was their inability to get a haircut. 💈 coronavirus covid19
KUALA LUMPUR: Since the movement control order ( MCO ) came into force about three weeks ago, one of the main concerns, particularly among men, was their inability to get a hair cut.
But there is light at the end of the tunnel, as Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, in announcing the MCO's extension, also announced that several sectors of businesses would be allowed to operate, under strict guidelines.Among the sectors are haircut services and laundry services.
In a statement by the International Trade and Industry Ministry (MITI), it said these additional sectors are allowed to operate in a bid to protect the country's economy as Malaysia and the world battle the Covid-19 pandemic.However these additional businesses are required to apply for permission to operate with MITI beginning April 13 from 9am.
Applications can be made via MITI's website at.For hair related businesses, only hair cut services are allowed.Meanwhile, for laundry, only full laundry services are allowed to operate. Self-service laundromats are to remain close for the duration of the MCO.Read more: New Straits Times »
Not essential service! Crazy idea..what type of social distancing is this Yahoo What if the staff are infected? What if a customer is infected? Can you guarantee that they're going to wash/sanitise their hands, tools, chairs etc after each customer?
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