Allow us to reopen for business, say hairdressers

Hairdressers say they are left without any income for almost two months now. —Filepic

SIBU: Hairdressers want the government to allow them to reopen after being closed since the movement control order (MCO) was enforced on March 18.

A member of Malaysian Hairdressers Association, Steven Yek said they were left without any income for almost two months now.

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