Bengal govt relaxes COVID curbs; allows salons, parlours to operate with 50% capacity
An official order to this effect said the owners should ensure that the staff and customers are fully vaccinated and they follow all health protocols
Kolkata: The West Bengal government on Saturday relaxed its COVID-19 curbs in the state, allowing salons and beauty parlours to operate with 50 percent capacity till 10 pm.
An official order to this effect said the owners should ensure that the staff and customers are fully vaccinated and they follow all health protocols.
However, there was no clarification from when the order would be applicable.
Salons and parlours should be regularly sanitised, it added.
As part of the ongoing COVID curbs, all educational institutions are closed in the state, and flight services are regulated. Gymnasiums and swimming pools are also shut.
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