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Salons may offer mani-pedi services soon – Palace

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By Prince Golez

The government has deleted the clause “limited to basic hair cutting services” for barbershops and salons in the guidelines for areas placed under general community quarantine (GCQ), Malacañang said.

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, however, said the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) will still have to issue the guidelines that will govern the gradual resumption of other services provided by these establishments.

“Kung kayo ay adik sa mga beauty parlors at barbero, tinanggal na ang clause na ‘limited to basic hair cutting services’ para sa barbero at salon sa guidelines ng mga lugar na nasa GCQ,” Roque said during the Laging Handa public briefing Friday.

“Pero ‘wag muna kayo masyadong maging excited diyan, maglalabas pa muna ang DTI ng guidelines para sa unti-unting pagbalik ng mga serbisyo na binibigay ng mga ganitong establisyemento na pinapayagan ng minimum public health standards.

“Yung mga pedicure, manicure, antayin muna ang guidelines bagamat, in principle, papayagan yan. Antayan lang natin ang guidelines ng DTI,” according to him.

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