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Winnipeg barber’s ‘yard cuts’ plan nixed by province

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Winnipeg barber turns to ‘yard cuts’ to stay afloat amid restrictions  In a statement, Public Health said the physical closeness between hairdresser and customer means haircuts — even outdoors — are still a no-no.“Personal services such as haircuts are not allowed under the public health orders due to the proximity required for the service,” health officials said.“Outdoor gathering sizes will be relaxed June 12, however, that does not signal a return to normal activity for Manitobans.“Public health orders remain in place to reduce COVID-19 cases and the strain on the healthcare system.”Manitoba’s newly announced reopening plan, delivered by Premier Brian Pallister and chief public health officer Brent Roussin on Thursday, will be tied to.

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