Tattoo shops were classed as non-essential businesses as of March 23, but thousands of retailers are preparing to reopen this month. Many tattoo an
Tattoo shops were classed as non-essential businesses as of March 23, but thousands of retailers are preparing to reopen this month. Many tattoo and piercing fans are waiting in anticipation for when they can next visit their tattoo parlour. But when are tattoo shops reopening amid the coronavirus lockdown?
Boris Johnson outlined his roadmap for reopening England in stages after putting the country into lockdown last month.
From July 4, Boris Johnson has revealed several businesses are able to reopen.
Tattoo parlours have been closed since March and now as lockdown restrictions are eased step by step, a new batch of businesses is permitted to reopen.
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Government guidance for personal care industry businesses is expected to be strict.
Customers will likely be required to wear face masks and additional cleaning and sanitisation for equipment will be mandated.
Furthermore, it is likely customers will only be seen by appointment only and will not be permitted to shop until their appointment time.