which aims to support men with mental health issues.
Owner Muz Brittain said: "We have split our team in two to avoid cross
contamination, and to allow our salon and barbers to remain open even at 50%
capacity if someone in a team comes into contact with a virus carrier.
"Today has been really good, we are focusing on
keeping all our clients calm and reassured they are in safe hands.
"Feedback has been positive. We started very early this
morning but already I have had a client who struggled over the lockdown with
期货配资股指期货配资"He has left after a good chat with a smile on his
face and with a clean and fresh fade."
Muz BrittainCopyright: Muz Brittain
England eases lockdown, but what about the rest of the UK?
you can get a pint in a pub in England from today, each UK nation’s lockdown
In Northern Ireland, pubs and restaurants reopened on Friday.
Scotland, beer gardens and outdoor restaurants will be allowed to reopen from 6
July, and indoor areas can be used from 15 July.
government has promised talks with the hospitality sector about a
"potential phased" reopening, but no dates have yet been given.
Analysis: England's stride back to normality
期货配资股指期货配资Health and science correspondent, BBC News
feels like a moment, a stride back to normality.
whether you’re after a pint, a movie or a haircut everything will be different.
may be at low levels, but it has not gone away and measures - from booking your
slot in the pub to socially distant dining - will be needed.
期货配资股指期货配资The virus thrives on close contact and opening up
society makes it easier for it to
spread. The government’s scientific advisers say outbreaks - such as those already
seen in Leicester, Weston-super-Mare and Kirklees - are to be expected.
diligently follow the guidance or, to borrow a phrase, ,
will dictate how common they become.
The hope is
that lockdown-for-all can be replaced with targeted, regional lockdowns when
these outbreaks appear.
The pressure will be on
health officials to rapidly spot and contain outbreaks before they become a
Donald Trump lashes out at 'cancel culture'
US President Donald Trump has used a used a speech celebrating Independence Day to rail against the "cancel culture" and activists who toppled monuments during recent anti-racism protests.
He was speaking on Friday under the giant sculptures of former presidents at Mount Rushmore, South Dakota.
期货配资股指期货配资Mr Trump - who has been heavily criticised for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic - made little reference to the disease that has now claimed almost 130,000 American lives.
The US recorded 57,000 infections on Friday - the largest single-day rise so far. That brought the overall number to 2.5 million - the most of any country.
Hairdressers reopen: ‘Such a relief’
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Unruly locks, discoloured roots and split ends are some of
the side effects of spending three months in lockdown.
But now hairdressers can finally reopen again in England, and Sandra Jacobs was
one of the first people through the door at her local hairdressers in Camden,
north London, on Friday night.
She described it as "such a relief" to be back in
the salon chair and said the haircut made her feel "normal again".
Hairdresser Carole Rickaby, wearing an apron and a
facemask, said it was great to pick up the scissors again.
Pubs, restaurants and hairdressers reopen in England
Hello and welcome back to our rolling coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic.
It’s a big day in England, where pubs, restaurants,
hairdressers and cinemas can reopen for the first time since the UK went into
lockdown three months ago.
Restaurants, hairdressers and cinemas were allowed to reopen just after
midnight, but pubs had to wait until 06:00 BST after the government expressed concerns of early morning partying.
期货配资股指期货配资As they reopen, businesses must observe strict social distancing
rules, and people have been urged to act responsibly.