Get Your Hair Cut

at

JD Sports and Peter Mark in Dublin City centre

This afternoon.

Via RTÉ:

All sporting activity is set to get the green light to resume from 29 June under plans going to Cabinet this afternoon, RTÉ understands.

However, individual sporting organisations will decide how best to proceed after that date.

It is possible, according to Government sources, that most organisations might decide not to return to competitive action for some time.

Meanwhile

It is expected that the reopening of hairdressers and barbers will also be brought forward.

It is also understood that gatherings of up to 50 will be allowed indoors from 29 June under the proposals set to be tabled at Cabinet today.

This would rise to 100 from 20 July. Outdoor events will see crowds of 200 permitted from 29 June and this would increase to 500 from 20 July….

Right so.

Sporting activity set to resume from 29 June (RTÉ)

Rollingnews

6 thoughts on “Get Your Hair Cut

  1. Clampers Outside

    I’ve grown accustomed to my “Sam Elliott” look of longish salt pepper locks and a big quiff fringe… LOL!… although my good wife did take a scissors to the cowlick type mullet* that was developing at the back :)

    *her choice of words, I disagreed. But permitted, or should that be, submitted to, the demands for an amateur cut anyway. Sure won’t it grow back anyway, said I :)
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    Happy weekend all, look forward to the Nick’s music links :)

    1. bertie blenkinsop

      I let Lady Bertie cut the back & sides – now I’m Jack Grealish’s hair on Tony Grealish’s head (may he rest in peace)

      1. Clampers Outside

        HAH! :)

        I can actually feel the depth change when I comb the back… Jaysus :)

  2. Dr.Fart

    its all too soon. but theyre doing the same in other countries, it’s ultimately come down to capitalism vs. human life, and to be honest I’m surprised they even gave human life the nod for a few months.

  3. The Dude

    ‘It is possible, according to Government sources, that most organisations might decide not to…’

    And what if they do decide to?

    Not a proper plan. No apparent contingency.

    The figures issued regarding time allowances in pubs etc all seem to be getting made up on the hoof.

    A total mess.

    The efforts made over the past 3 months are going to be wasted.

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