Sa­lons, malls open again in Tur­key

Orlando Sentinel - - Business -

ANKARA, Tur­key — Lines formed out­side of shop­ping malls Mon­day in Tur­key as they opened for the first time in seven weeks, al­beit with strict hy­giene re­quire­ments.

Bar­bers, hair­dressers and beauty sa­lons also were back in busi­ness as the Turk­ish gov­ern­ment grad­u­ally eases the re­stric­tions on pub­lic ac­tiv­ity it en­acted to pre­vent the spread of the new coro­n­avirus.

The gov­ern­ment has laid out strict op­er­at­ing guide­lines for re­opened busi­nesses. Shop­ping malls must check en­ter­ing cus­tomers for fevers and en­sure ev­ery­one wears face masks. The num­ber of cus­tomers al­lowed in at once is capped un­der a for­mula of one per­son per ev­ery 10 square yards of floor space.

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