- Covid-19 has hit tatto, piercing, sports therapy and beauty businesses hard
- Luke is holding a roundtable discussion with people working in these sectors, to find out how he can help
- The roundtables will take place on Friday 10 July.
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The Coronavirus outbreak has caused huge issues for the tattooing and piercing industry, and the lack of Government guidance and support is putting jobs and businesses in the city at risk.
The Government has announced guidance for reopening a number of businesses in similar sectors such as hairdressers, but very little about what the future holds for tattooing and piercing businesses.
Luke is keen to listen tattooists, piercers, sports and beauty therapists, about the problems that they are facing with their business due to the pandemic.
He is holding two roundtable discussions, one for tattooists and piercers, the other for sports therapists and beauty therapists, to learn more about their issues and find out how he can help. These will both be on Friday 10 July.
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Luke Pollard MP said:
Time is running out for Ministers to do the right thing to prevent jobs being lost in this sector in Plymouth.
As your local MP, I want to hear from people in this sector about how I can support your businesses and protect jobs in Plymouth. I am hosting a special Zoom roundtable with local tattooists, piercers, sports and beauty therapists, as I am keen to hear from them about the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had and what steps they think should be taken by the Government to mitigate the impacts of the virus on this industry.