You have searched for "salons"
Showing 1-10 of 1552
KUALA LUMPUR: Beauty and hair salon owners are thrilled and grateful that their business can resume now that some states have reverted to conditional movement control order.
KUALA LUMPUR: It was a “trial by fire” for the Perikatan Nasional government when the movement control order was imposed barely two weeks after the Cabinet was formed.
Germany to start easing COVID-19 lockdown next week, draft says, critics call for speedier reopening
BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel faced growing pressure to set out a clear roadmap to reopening German society from months of pandemic lockdown, with Finance Minister Olaf Scholz joining the chorus of voices saying existing plans did not go far enough.
Hairdressers across Germany had to shut shop in mid-December under the country's second coronavirus lockdown. But from Monday, they are allowed to get cutting again.
Chinese New Year celebrations may be somewhat muted, but manicures inspired by the season are still proving to be all the rage.
BERLIN (Reuters) - New variants of COVID-19 risk a third wave of infections in Germany and the country must proceed with great care so that a new nationwide shutdown does not become necessary, Chancellor Angela Merkel told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel wants a staggered plan to lift coronavirus restrictions that is linked to increased testing, she told a meeting of her Christian Democrats leadership committee according to two participants.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea eased some of its strictest social distancing rules for businesses on Monday, but kept limits on private gatherings as authorities prepared to unveil plans for the roll out of the first coronavirus vaccines later this month.
MANILA, Feb 13 (dpa): The Philippine government has announced the further easing of coronavirus restrictions starting next week, including allowing the reopening of cinemas, game arcades and some tourist attractions.
PUTRAJAYA: Ministries have been asked to come up with a list of sectors, activities and businesses that have yet to be allowed to re-open, along with proposed standard operating procedures (SOP) for them to follow should they be allowed to operate.