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Time for a haircut? Iceland to begin lifting lockdown in May

Reuters Tuesday, 14 April 2020
Iceland plans to ease some of its coronavirus lockdown restrictions by allowing hair salons, museums and schools to reopen in early May, but its government said night clubs, gyms, bars and swimming pools will remain closed.
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