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Opening after Corona lock: hairdressers have to save customer data

Opening after Corona lock: hairdressers have to save customer data


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Hairdressers are allowed to reopen after the Corona lock: Customer data is saved

After the announced easing of the corona measures, hairdressing salons will soon be able to open again - but only under strict conditions. Special protective measures apply to the personnel. Important to know: Customers are only served if they provide their contact details and agree that they will be saved.

In addition to various other easing measures, Chancellor Angela Merkel and the Prime Ministers of the federal states have decided that hairdressing visits will be allowed again from May. But there are special requirements. Another new feature is that customers have to provide their contact details - otherwise they may not be operated.

Any chain of infection must be traceable

Hairdressers can start operating again on May 4th. The personnel must take certain measures to ensure that no one is infected with the corona virus in hairdressing salons.

They are allowed to “perform their services in compliance with hygiene rules if there is a distance of at least 1.5 meters between the customers, the hairdresser wears a mouth-to-nose cover at work and after each customer performs a hand disinfection, ”says a decree published by the Lower Saxony Ministry for Social Affairs, Health and Equality.

But that's not all: “Every hairdresser has to document the name and contact details of the customer and the time of entering and leaving the salon with their consent and to keep it for three weeks so that any infection chain can be traced “, It goes on there.

According to the information, a customer may "only be served if he or she agrees to the documentation". (ad)

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This text corresponds to the specifications of the medical literature, medical guidelines and current studies and has been checked by medical doctors.



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