The President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has announced, on his Twitter account, that the hairdressers of the autonomy will close from this Monday.
This has been indicated after having revealed in an interview on ‘Telemadrid, collected by Europa Press, that he had made this request directly to the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, in the videoconference that the autonomous presidents have held after the measures adopted to stop the expansion of the coronavirus in all the country.
The regional leader had indicated that it was not understood that professionals in this sector, “so numerous in Madrid”, and that they have to be “skin to skin in contact with customers” they had to go to work. “I want to protect them above all. I prefer that our elders and people who need hairdressing services have dirty hair and are healthy,” he stressed.
For his part, after making this announcement, the regional vice president, Ignacio Aguado, has indicated, in an interview in ‘Telecinco’, that this is a decision that corresponds to adopt the Government of Spain, which is the competent authority. “It is they who decide whether or not to extend the alarm state, in what circumstances and in what places, “he maintained.
As he has assured “today the hairdressers do not have the obligation to close but they do ask that if they open tomorrow they will take extreme hygiene measures and people use them responsibly.”
Given this, sources around the president have replied that “in these extraordinary circumstances and exceptions, extemporaneous statements and without having the verified information such as those made today by the vice president are absolutely out of line and they only help to create confusion for the citizens. “” We trust that they will not happen again, “they have riveted.