Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government on Thursday decided to relax the norms relating to lockdown imposed due to coronavirus infection.
Barber shops will be opened on Saturdays and Sundays after April 20. All the safety measures and guidelines should be followed. Social distancing and hand wash facilities will be made mandatory. However this relaxation is not applicable to beauty parlours.
Earlier the central government had said some sectors could be given some relaxations after April 20 evaluating the extent of coronavirus spread.