Gladys rolled at Covid crisis cabinet

Vaccinated haircuts are not expected to be on the list of “freedoms” triggered by NSW reaching the 6 million vaccine dose threshold.That’s despite Gladys Berejiklian previously hinting that reaching the 6 million dose target could allow for vaccinated people to access some “personal care services”.Crisis cabinet rejected allowing last night.Ms Berejiklian has repeatedly said freedoms for September could include access to “services” that are currently off the cards.“Potentially, if someone that’s providing a service is vaccinated and their client is vaccinated, we feel much more comfortable in relaxing that restriction on August 29,” the Premier said earlier this month.Ms Berejiklian suggested haircuts were among the freedoms being considered.“It would be potentially, you know, services which could be provided to people so long as both people were vaccinated,” she told KIIS FM last week.Asked whether that included haircuts, Ms Berejiklian said: “potentially”.“Those types of personal care services and what have us,” she said.“If we can do something safely and all parties are fully vaccinated then that gives us some options.”

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