China will impose nationwide barbers bans on Tuesday, a move that comes as the UK prepares to tighten its razor-thin razor-wire restrictions to try to stem the deadly coronavirus outbreak.
The announcement came after a British court ruled that barbers should not be allowed to operate in the UK and banned their use in public.
The ban is part of a series of measures to cut down on the spread of the virus and reduce the number of people who die from the coronaviruses.
The court also banned the use of so-called “barbers” in bars.
Barber and barber’s shop in a London bar.
Barber shops in London are already prohibited from carrying knives, and in recent years have also been barred from carrying large amounts of cash.
The ban on barbers will come into force on Wednesday, the same day British Prime Minister Theresa May announced a series, which she called “unprecedented” measures to tackle the outbreak.
The government will also require barbers to be licensed and undergo background checks, but it will not require them to be bonded with an insurance company.
The government is considering a range of measures, including restrictions on the import of raw material and barbers’ licenses.
The new regulations will come after a three-month moratorium on barber licensing was lifted in May.
Babar Al-Hassan, the head of the British Barbers Association, said the ban on haircuts was necessary to reduce the spread.
“We have seen the increase in the number and number of cases of coronavillosis in the past few weeks,” Al-Saleh said.
Al-Hastan said the barbers ban was part of the government’s “zero-tolerance” approach to curbing the spread and that the government was taking measures to help reduce the “spread of the disease.”
Al-Salfani, a lawyer who is a member of the House of Lords, said that “the government’s new approach to control the coronovirus” was “shocking.”
“We don’t have the luxury of time and we will take every opportunity to cut this spread and reduce deaths.”
A government spokesman told The Associated Press that “barber licensing has been in place for over 30 years and we have no plans to change it.”
The Associated Press also reported that a barber was arrested in the capital for allegedly attempting to sell a package containing a live virus in a pub.
Britain has recorded more than 16,000 cases of the coronivirus since it began to spread from the United States in early March.
Associated Press writer Elizabeth Daley contributed to this report.