HAIRDRESSERS, barbers and spas will be allowed to reopen on Monday (June 8).
This was announced by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley at the Diplomatic Centre in Port-of-Spain on Saturday. This is the fourth phase of lifting measures that were in place to fight the spread of Covid-19 in Trinidad and Tobago.
He also said that domestic workers will be allowed to go back to work from Monday.
Rowley said on Friday, places of worship will be allowed to open but only for one-hour services with members of the congregation sitting in alternate pews at arm’s length, masks must be worn and all sanitisation protocols observed.
He said places of worship could have more than one service per day.
Rowley said that public transport will also operate on 75% capacity from Monday.
He said by June 22, the public service should be fully opened with workers going out to work.
Rowley said bars, gyms and casinos should be opened on June 22 once the situation remains the same. This will be confirmed on June 20.
He said at bars restrictions such as ten people inside would be acceptable.
He said beaches and rivers should also be reopened on June 22.
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