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, to open, While the pubs and the hairdressers now have the all-clear on the part of the government, on 4. July, many business owners were disappointed to learn you must keep your doors locked.
"It was a shock. I can understand the logical argument, but personally, it feels very irritating and disappointing," says Adam Grant , a tattoo artist and studio manager at Tattoo UK in Uxbridge, west London.
He says it was frustrating to hear that the hairdresser can open on 4. July, during the tattoo parlors must remain closed.
It was especially irritating, because tattoo parlors already have measures in place to prevent cross-contamination, he says, such as disposable gloves and aprons to wear artist.
Prime Minister , Boris Johnson told Parliament on Tuesday that the government will work with Public Health experts, with the sectors that remain closed to help you, "Covid secure" and open "as soon as possible"."don't know, I get really", says beautician Tara Williamson
In The Hope of getting a 4. July open, Mr Grant had already made changes to The Way the studio operated, including the mandate, face masks, and questions, to come up with future clients to appointments alone.
Now, he says he has no date for the re-opening and no instructions on what security measures you need in place.
"We have been left in limbo really, until further notice," he says.
As a self-employed tattoo artist Adam was able to claim financial support from the government during the lockout, but he says that only covered him for 2-3 months.
"We need to see if we can get another self-employment scheme, because, if we are not allowed to open, we need to be compensated," he says. to open
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beautician Tara Williamson is also frustrated by what he sees as a double standard by the government, with hairdressers allowed to re-open, but beauty salons will remain closed.
"I really don't get it. I see no reason why we could not open and it is of course a big blow," she says.'mad'
"We have screens in place, we already have a one-way system in The Salon , we have everything prepared for the two meters distance, we have staggered appointments, we have disinfection stations," she says.
"It just seems crazy that we have no guidelines, when we can open ourselves to, and what is going to happen. "Fitness-Studio-manager Rob Ward social distance Training in preparation for the re-opening of
Rob Ward, who says YourGym, an independent fitness centre in Lytham, Lancashire, England, runs, he was also hoping to open at 4. July.
The gymnasium received a state grant of £25,000 during lockdown and Rob was able to get his staff to the state paid leave System.
But he says that the closure is for three months caused a big financial hit.
"you start a year with projected numbers, but they have all blown away," he says.'Positive', the members
"We have had great support from the local members, who were able to support us financially, even if you could come.
"A lot of our personal trainers are taught to free online courses, The Gym to go. It's been a crazy time, but there are positive results that come out of it. "
"Every other treadmill is in order now, so you have room. In our spinning studio we have a lot of bikes," he says.
It is also used duct tape to ensure the space between the floor of Training stations, bought a fogging disinfect the machine overnight, and introduced a new online booking system.
although the government now has to keep a reduced social distance guidelines, from 2m to 1m-plus," the Rob says, he's going to inspire the current measures of "consumer confidence".
"We need a date. This is the main Thing . "Mark Sesnan, the organisation of GLL is responsible for up to 200 swimming pools in the UK "Sad for all'
Mark Sesnan, Managing Director of GLL, says he would also like to book a date for the opening of its 200-swimming pools with 11,000 employees across the UK
"we, As industry documents submitted to the government on may 7. May. These documents have all been adopted, and we would believe that you have a good enough framework for the re-opening. "
Mark says, GLL was able to leave, most of his staff, but the organization has also the dig in their cash reserves. With pools, 4 is aligned. July open, GLL has incurred costs, the testing of the final preparations, such as water.