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Hairdressers giving recommendations for working during the pandemic

Rospotrebnadzor on Tuesday, April 21, published recommendations for employees of beauty salons(Hairdressers) and other businesses in the service sector to work with clients during the pandemic.

So, the Agency advises to serve visitors only by appointment and one person in the hall. The break between clients should be 20 minutes to exclude contacts, and clients should wait outside for reception, observing a distance of 1.5 m.

It is recommended to refuse to offer drinks to customers, and employees should not eat food in the workplace.

Hairdressers,Employees must wear masks, which must be changed every three hours, regardless of whether they are disposable or reusable, or respirators, as well as type IV personal protective equipment — pajamas, a medical gown, a cap, gloves, socks, Slippers or shoes.

The employer is obliged to check each employee’s body temperature and temporarily suspend employees who are at risk. Employees should regularly wash their hands, the room should be cleaned with disinfectants and airing, Interfax writes with reference to the document.
Earlier, the Department advised stores not to let customers weigh their own products.
As of April 21, 52763 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Russia, 5642 of them in the last 24 hours. 3,873 people were cured. 456 patients died.

Also current drop in energy prices, obligations under existing contracts remain, including for Armenia and Belarus. This was stated by Russian foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on April 21.

“I believe that the allies, of course, should get economic advantages. But when the price has gone to where it is now, there are some contractual obligations, ” he said during an online round table at the Gorchakov Foundation.

He recalled that at the time of conclusion of these agreements, the price specified in them was lower than the market price. At the same time, everyone took this as a given, not as a policy. Lavrov said that Moscow has received hits from Yerevan and Minsk with a request to revise the price of gas.

All up-to-date information on the situation with coronavirus is available on the websites stopcoronavirus.RF and of the Russian Federation, and the hashtag #Myvote. Telephone hotline for questions about coronavirus: 8-800-2000-112.

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