Beauty salons and aesthetic medicine centres will open in Georgia on May 18, said Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia at a government meeting earlier today.
The opening of salons and aesthetic medicine centres was planned for June 7, but Gakharia noted that based on the epidemiological situation, some of the steps can be sped up.
Beauty salons, which is a very large segment consisting of small businesses and individual business owners, employ many people and there is a high demand for their services, thus it was a priority for us,” said Turnava.
Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava said today that there will be an electronic queue in beauty salons and social distancing will be observed as well.
Turnava said that beauty salons have a very responsible approach to all the recommendations they should observe after opening and noted customers should be responsible as well.