In light of the outbreak of COVID-19, perhaps the foremost badly affected businesses are people who are service-based. Though acknowledging that the hairdressing industry may be a high-risk business in light of the novel coronavirus outbreak, the govt cannot turn a blind eye to the industry.
The hair and wonder industry generates an outsized amount of revenue for the state and therefore the lack of state support will mean that companies can only survive on savings, and private investments of entrepreneurs, for therefore long.
“We Have[sic] been closed from the 19th of march till today. it’s now been four months since the closure of business for our industry. we might like an open dialogue to exist between the govt , with a timeline on once we are going to be allowed to open; failing which we’ll haven’t any choice but to open salons, the sole other option being closure of many salons.”
Many of such businesses have already formulated stricter SOPs than the sectors that are allowed to be operational at the instant . we’ve the onus of adhering to both international also as national regulations.
With of these factors putting more pressure on the hair & beauty industry with each passing day, the govt must give more attention to the industry and offer relief in order that businesses may cope, and can not need to resort to closure of companies and therefore the shedding of staff.