Many not eager for a haircut yet


Good to go: A customer at a hair salon showing her digital vaccination certificate. — ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

GEORGE TOWN: Business has been slow for hair salons here with only regular customers coming in for a trim although they have been operating since Penang entered Phase Two of the National Recovery Plan.

Salon manager Wong Pike Kuan said they were well-prepared and careful in receiving customers due to the high number of cases recorded in the state daily.

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