(NOTICIAS YA) .- A bill presented by the representative Daisy Morales of Orlando, which seeks to relax the laws that govern barbers and stylists, awaits the signature of the governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis and would allow these professionals to attend to their clients at home, after the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Barbershops and beauty salons were one of the 10 industries most economically affected by the coronavirus, which together with the hotel area and airlines, among others, recorded large financial losses.
The majority of these professionals in Florida are Hispanic, andThis amendment would allow them to recover from the onslaught of the pandemic
The promoter of Amendment 855, the state representative Deisy Morales, explains that this legal framework gives them flexibility to work, as long as they have their license up to date.
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On the other hand, those who work in the area have taken the news with hope, after having been without work for several months and being affected by the regulations and closures that the pandemic brought.
However, others are still waiting to be included in these initiatives, such as manicure and pedicure professionals, who have also been victims of COVID-19.
It is important to note that this bill did not have any vote against and the signature of the Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis is only expected to be put into practice, hoping that it will economically boost this seriously affected sector and favor customers who do not want to risk getting COVID-19 by visiting a facility.
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