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Swiss rushed to get haircuts and massages as coronavirus restrictions eased

Swiss rushed to get haircuts and massages as coronavirus restrictions eased

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Queues formed in front of parlour centres in Switzerland as people battling cabin fever emerged from six weeks of staying at home at the government’s urging, reports Reuters.

Only grocery stores, chemists and other “essential” businesses have been allowed to open during the lockdown. Hospitals could again perform elective surgeries on Monday, while dental surgeries, hairdressers, massage parlours and beauty salons also reopened. Most shops, schools and food markets will follow suit from May 11. In a third stage, vocational schools and universities are set to reopen from June 8, provided there is no significant increase in COVID-19 cases.

Coronavirus in Switzerland

More than 1,350 people in Switzerland have died of the COVID-19 respiratory illness the coronavirus causes. The number of people with positive tests is nearing 30,000.

Also read: How well has Pakistan fared in the lockdown?

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