‘Trim-dependence day’: England’s hair cutters are back and the big chop begins

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“The Chair salon’s owner, Katie Hancock, wears a protective face shield as she washes and cuts the hair of Clare Streeter, who was the first customer back at the stroke of midnight on July 4 in Canterbury, England’. A minute later, a hair salon in Canterbury, The Chair, flung open its doors. Streeter stepped in as its first post-lockdown client Saturday, at precisely 12:01 a.m., as England began the big chop: the reopening of hair salons in another step back from pandemic restrictions”
“Salons, pubs, restaurants, libraries, museums and cinemas opened Saturday in England for the first time since Britain went into lockdown on March 23”, World reports.

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