No need for Sydneysiders to tear their hair out any more
The city has exited a three-month strict lockdown, with non-essential businesses, such as barber shops, reopening
Sydney lawyer Greg Heathcote and investment banker David Rabinowitz had the same urgent order of business to start the week: a haircut.
It was the first day the men, and 6-million other people, could get their locks trimmed since Australia’s most populous city on Monday exited more than three months of lockdown.
“It really is an essential service,” Rabinowitz said as he sat in his barber’s chair. “This is the most important thing for the day.” ..