Bahrain eases curbs on salons
Bahrain has allowed resuming more services at salons in the country starting December 13 in line with strict observance of precautions against the novel coronavirus.
The reintroduced services include facial treatments, blow-drying, henna dyeing, threading to remove unwanted hair, make-up application, eyelash extensions, tanning and hair extensions, the Bahraini news agency BNA reported.
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The Health Ministry has stressed the importance of constant abidance by health precautions to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
“Everyone is today required to continue shouldering social responsibility, protecting themselves, families and society at large by observing all guidelines and instructions issued by the official agencies to keep reducing active cases,” the ministry added, according to BNA.
Bahrain so far has registered a tally of 87,432 virus cases and 341 related fatalities.
Source: Kuwait Today