Hairdresser creates barrier between clients using an umbrella
With the global coronavirus pandemic changing the way we go about our day-to-day lives, more and more of us are having to adjust our regular routines.
And this goes for many businesses, who are having to adapt to the uncertain and unprecedented events in order to keep money coming in and keep their staff on the payroll.
While most people working from home are simply sitting on their couch in front of their laptops, others are having to adjust their businesses in a more... creative manner. Because what do you do when your wages depend on being close to a member of the public?
One stylist at the Bella Rosa salon in the Netherlands attempted to overcome this speedbump by modifying an old brolly.You can check out the rather bizarre method in the video below:
As many of us are observing the social distancing measures put in place by health experts and governments, it can be difficult to avoid the spread of COVID-19 when you're caressing somebody's tresses.
Therefore, this salon worker decided to cut a few holes in an umbrella in order to create a barrier, of sorts.
And despite looking like something you'd see on a bad episode of Shark Tank, since being posted to the social media platform last week, the video has received over 3,000 reactions and 91,000 shares from other Facebook users.
And, just in case you thought the umbrella shield was brought out for show in front of just one customer, here she is again in the unique get-up:
And for another workforce that completely reshaped their business, check out these strippers who started a food delivery business called "Boober Eats" in order to keep the money coming in.
We are urging all of our readers to adhere to the advice from their respective governments and medical bodies, and practice social distancing and self-isolation where required. Together, we will beat this...