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Deputy Prime Minister of the Udmurt Republic told about the “threats” without hairdressers

Вице-премьер Удмуртии заявил об «угрозах» оставшихся без работы парикмахеров

First Deputy Chairman of government of Udmurtia Alexander Svinin told followers on Instagram that receives threats from the owners and employees of hair salons is necessarily idle due to isolation mode.

“The owners or employees of hair salons even wrote a direct threat that “if we see that you were taking before the salons will be open, we will find you and…” Well, probably, or forcefully will cut, or some other measures,” wrote Svinin, quoted Udmurt newspaper “Susanin”.

The restrictions imposed in the Republic in connection with the spread of the coronavirus, prohibit the employment of hairdressers and beauty salons if they do not have a medical license.

Svinin noticed that the work of barbers and beauticians at home is also prohibited. According to him, every message is checked and sent to regulatory authorities.

Psychological fatigue makes people doubt in danger COVID-19, notes in the podcast of “Rosbalt” editor SPIGEL TV Anna Sadovnikova.

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