The number of corona patients in the country is increasing rapidly, meanwhile, the scope of exemption in lockdown has increased. Salons and beauty parlors have been opened in Tamil Nadu from June 1, but Aadhaar card will be mandatory for haircuts. Tamil Nadu government has issued SOP for the salon, according to the SOP issued by the Tamil Nadu government, if one wants to get a haircut, then the Aadhaar card has to be shown by him. The saloon owner will enter the name, address, phone number and Aadhar card number of each customer, if he does not do so, action will be taken against him.
According to the Tamil Nadu government’s SOP, any salon will open with 50 per cent staff (no more than 8 staff) and AC will not run in the salon. Masks will be mandatory for those coming to the salon and they will have to sanitize their hands first, after this, he will show the details of the Arogya Setu app. The salon owner will give the customer a disposable apron and cover for shoes. If the customer’s bill comes to one thousand rupees, then they he has to pay 150 rupees for disposable apron and foot cover. People coming to the salon say that we are happy to open the salon after two months and we are following all the guidelines.
Significantly, the Tamil Nadu government had earlier allowed opening salons in rural areas, but now salons and beauty parlors are being opened in the entire state. Salon owners have been asked to follow social distancing. Also, the barber has been ordered to maintain masks and cleanliness at all times.