A couple of hairdressers from the same salon in Missouri, USA contracted coronavirus, which was confirmed by tests. In the result it was concluded that they could be subjected to the influence of the virus 147.
The health Department in Springfield on Friday said that a stylist from the beauty salon Great Clips in Springfield found a dangerous virus after a salon employee could potentially put at risk 84 client and 7 other employees of the salon from 12 to 20 may.
On Saturday, the second stylist found the coronavirus after the employee worked last week 5 days and served 56 clients “demonstrating a very unexpressed symptoms” of the disease, but still being “potentially contagious”, as reported in the Department of health, wrote in the Sunday Fox News.
Experts from the health sector expressed the hope that, as stylists and clients were all in masks, no-one really picked up the virus and advised people to stay home in isolation, only if they have symptoms of the disease.
“At the moment, after testing the result of a previous risk of exposure, we found only 1 positive result”,- noted in a press release from the Department of health.
Director Clay Goddard told Fox News that they really helped that the salon has maintained all records about their customers.
“We hope that their strict rules regarding masks, which they adhere to, will prevent further spread of the disease in this case,”said Goddard. “They also conducted a detailed record, which has accelerated the process of contact tracing”.
During the quarantine, Barber shops in Missouri were closed, so does not relate to the vital areas of business. But on may 4 they were allowed to open again, as the state began to gradually laxative restrictions, reports the Kansas City Star.
Salon Great Clips was closed after stylists have found a coronavirus and is now undergoing a thorough process cleaning and sanitary processing, writes the Kansas City Star.