Click to enlarge
Those in desperate need of a haircut can wait a long time as hairdressers could be closed until the end of April, according to reports.
Government sources told The Sun that the beauty industry still has “a little bit of time” before it reopens.
This means that businesses may have to wait until the end of April before getting the green light to reopen.
Companies providing “where contact is inherent” treatments, such as waxing and pedicures, may have to wait even longer, the newspaper says.
It comes as the travel industry has urged Boris Johnson to introduce vaccine passports and ease travel restrictions as part of his non-lockdown roadmap.
The Prime Minister will announce his intention to lift the restrictions on Monday and is expected to reveal how two households will be able to meet outside by Easter.
In a letter to Mr Johnson, the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) said: ‘We know it is too early to set a specific date for return from international travel and that there will be a need for flexibility in approach, but what we need are principles for resuming the journey – recognizing that returning to normal life will never be entirely without risk. “
The ABTA said the travel industry cannot afford to wait until everyone is vaccinated, so “a convenient and cost-effective testing regime” should be introduced.