Beauty Salons: Scotland’s beauty salons are reopening for the first time on Wednesday

The latest stage of lockdown easing allows salons across the country open their doors for the first time since March

Beauty Salons across Scotland can reopen their doors on Wednesday as lockdown easing continues.

All close contact retail services, including beauty salons, tattoo parlours, tailors and dress fitters, spas and photography studios are all able to open, as long as they are following the safety guidelines laid out by the Scottish Government.

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The latest stage of lockdown easing sees salons across the country open their doors for the first time since March

Hairdressers and barbers reopened last week alongside indoor hospitality venues, museums, cinemas and galleries.

On Tuesday, Nicola Sturgeon announced that there were 22 new cases of coronavirus, with most of them centering around Lanarkshire, thought to be linked with the call centre break out.

Ms Sturgeon also confirmed that there were no reported deaths from coronavirus since Monday.

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