World News – UA – ‘Just do it’: Melbourne hairdresser owner urges other businesses to risk fine


Owners of hairdressing salon in Melbourne that opened during lockdown urge other businesses to open and risk $ 10,000 fine in solidarity

Adam and Weave Barber and Salon in Hughesdale have kept their promise to defy restrictions and will open on Saturday

They were greeted by police and forced to close at 11 a.m. A fine of $ 10,000 was issued later today

Despite the user fee, co-owner Joumana Najem took to Facebook to encourage other businesses to open their doors

« We were closed today, but that doesn’t mean we’re not going to reopen, » she said

« If I can get another 20 more businesses to open tomorrow in solidarity with us, then I don’t think we will be stopped

Najem and her husband and co-owner Rojer Achallak assess their legal options before announcing their upcoming move

They said they were forced to open due to the long lock that wreaked havoc on their hip pockets

« If you want to fill your cash register by going against the rules, you will be fined $ 10,000, » he said

However, businesses would have to endure further hardship before they could open safely, with Andrews announcing freedom of movement was higher on Sunday’s listing for announcements

Melbourne, Hughesdale, Victoria, Lockdown, Coronavirus, Daniel Andrews

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