"Sales are down more than 70%"
Hair and nail salons are losing customers due to COVID-19
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- 23 Mar 2020
Hair and nail salons are on the brink of closing down amidst coronavirus spread.
Toronto Public Health emphasized the importance of social distancing and urged all non-essential businesses such as beauty salons and nail salons to close down on March 19.
Premier Doug Ford has ordered today, March 23, that all non-essential businesses to shut down in order to help prevent the spread of the virus that will take effect at 11:59pm on March 24. It will last at least 14 days.
“It is open but there are no customers. I usually had many customers, but the number of customers has dropped significantly since last week," Sook-hee Cho, owner of the Toronto VIP Hair Salon, said on March 20.
"I am worried that sales are down more than 70%. I disinfect the handles and follow thorough hygiene practices, so I just want this to be over as soon as possible."
Details of exactly who will be able to open will be announced on March 24.
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