RMCO: Pahang barber shops, night markets, hotels allowed to resume operations


BARBERS shops, beauty salons, night markets and hotels in Pahang are allowed to resume operations effective immediately by following the guidelines set by the state government in line with the implementation of the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO).

Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail (picture), however, said pubs, nightclubs, reflexology centres, karaoke centres and theme parks will stay shut while feasts, open houses and religious parades involving large gatherings still not allowed to be organised.

“Only basic haircuts allowed at shops, meaning no hair washing and treatment services, trimming and shaving of beards and moustaches, manicures, pedicures, facial treatment as well as makeup allowed.

“Haircut equipment needs to be sanitised each time after use and workers must wear new apron and gloves in front of customers. Also, sharing towels is prohibited and customers are encouraged to bring their own towels,” he told a press statement here today.

Wan Rosdy said customers aged 60 and above have to make appointments before going to the premises between 9 am and 11 am while children aged 12 and below must wear personal protection equipment (PPE), face mask, disposable apron and be accompanied by parents.