A woman has been criticized for her approach to coronavirus after putting a pretty crazy list of bullet points in her salon window.
People think it's time she started taking this pandemic seriously...
Beauty parlors all across the world were forced to close at the beginning of the year.But since reopening one beauty parlor has taken an extreme approach to new salon rules.
In December 2019, we first caught wind of the name COVID-19.
via: GettyThe virus, which originated in China, was quick to spread across the globe, bringing most countries to a total standstill.
The speed of infection was terrifying.
Global coronavirus death toll 'could triple by Christmas' as cases surge around the world https://t.co/sBnNqa9mGW— i newspaper (@i newspaper)1599375600.0
So, of course, it is of the utmost importance that we abide by the lockdown rules in place...
Marge represents my two moods during this never ending lockdown https://t.co/TDueDsaAwA— Jaye (@Jaye)1599480467.0
And, even more importantly...
via: GettyA vaccine needs to be found, and fast.
For the last couple of months, scientists have been working tirelessly to find a cure for the deadly virus...
via: GettyBut, so far, their efforts have been to no avail.
Of course, healthcare workers are continuing to work harder than ever to save lives...
via: GettyAnd that’s not just here in America… it’s happening all around the world where infection rates continue to climb.
In some areas, they have been reopening hair salons and beauty parlors.But one manager in Liverpool, UK has faced backlash after reopening, for her response to the previous closure.
She put a sign in her window stating "the virus doesn't exist."
via: FacebookShe has even banned all talk of Covid-19, as well as face masks, as she believes the virus doesn't exist.
She put the sign up in the window of Skin Kerr Aesthetics, Hair and Beauty.
@tonymc39 Unacceptable social behaviour. Wonder whether those involved felt the same way about government financial packages for Covid 🤔— Elise Max (@Elise Max)1599574060.0
According to the Liverpool Echo, she won't allow people in if they're wearing a mask.She even shared a picture of the sign to her Facebook page.
But as cases continue to rise, people have blasted her insensitive and dangerous business approach.
via: TwitterSo far, 41,554 have died from coronavirus in the UK.
And 1,117 have lost their lives in hospitals close to the salon.
#Coronavirus can be passed on, even if you have no symptoms. If you are asked to self-isolate by NHS Test and Tra… https://t.co/I18RLvT6oD— MerseysidePCC #StaySafe (@MerseysidePCC #StaySafe)1599573863.0
As threats of violence have already been made against her.The poster contained a series of crazy bullet points...
Stating that it was a "COVID Free Salon...""No masks, we take cash; COVID talk is banned; you can't catch what doesn't exist."
The bullet points end with "#voodoovirusisbullsh**" and "#wedonotconsent" and states "please respect the rules of the salon."
via: TwitterHairdressers in the UK are required to wear surgical face masks as well as clear visors as a precaution and to keep customers safe.
Hair salons and barbershops in the UK re-opened again in July...
Good news for local businesses: Hair salons and barbershops can now reopen indoor operations at 25 percent capacity… https://t.co/aeaDl4jECu— Supervisor Kathryn Barger (@Supervisor Kathryn Barger)1599077307.0
After sharing her outrageous thoughts on social media, people have roasted the owner.
via: FacebookOne, who tagged Merseyside Police in his comment on Twitter wrote: "Can we do something about this irresponsible business owner - @skinkerr clinic please? Merseyside already hovering just below levels to have restrictions reimposed."
Another person took to Twitter to warn people...
via: FacebookAfter seeing the sign, they wrote: "Getting your hair or nails done in Liverpool? Here’s one to AVOID. Nice one guys! Doing a great job at flushing your biz down the toilet!"
And it seems to have disrupted business for the owner...
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