Spas in Qatar are allowed to reopen

You can book in from September 15

Spas in Qatar are allowed to reopen
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Spas in Qatar are set to reopen this week as part of phase four of reopening.

You’ll be able to enjoy massage services, Moroccan baths, Turkish hammams and use indoor swimming pools from September 15.

Spas are allowed to operate at 30 percent of maximum capacity, and businesses that are under 250 sq m will have to remain closed.

Customers will be encouraged to prebook services to avoid overcrowding, and will only be allowed to enter after showing their Ehteraz app status and undergoing a temperature check.

Staff will be expected to undergo regular coronavirus tests, and must wear masks at all times in the salon.

As part of this phase of reopening, barbershops and beauty centres can also increase their occupancy rate to 50 percent.

The Ministry of Industry and Commerce said in a statement, “This decision goes into effect on Tuesday, September 15, 2020, and may be subject to amendments and updates according to the latest developments in this regard.

“Any violation of the decision will subject perpetrators to legal accountability and procedures.

“The Ministry stresses that the success of each stage of the comprehensive plan for the gradual lifting of restrictions depends on the adherence of all citizens and residents to the required preventive and precautionary measures.”

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