Hairdresser sold the entry for the first haircut after the lockdown for 422 euros

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The hairdresser sold his services at an auction

The hairdresser also managed to collect a donation of 1,310 euros. He promised to send them to a charity to help children.

In Germany, a hairdresser from Bayreuth, Andreas Nuysl, sold the entry for the first haircut after quarantine at an electronic auction for 422 euros. On Sunday, February 21, the agency reports. DPA.

The starting price of the lot “The first entry for a haircut after 10 weeks of lockdown at 08:00 on March 1, 2021” was 288 euros. In eight days, the lot price rose to 422 euros.

It is known that a 43-year-old man paid such money for a haircut.

Note that hairdressing salons are closed in Germany from December 16, 2020 due to restrictions related to the coronavirus. According to the updated rules, hairdressing salons in Germany will resume work on March 1, subject to hygiene rules.

Recall, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that to defeat the coronavirus pandemic it is necessary to vaccinate the entire population of the Earth.

It was previously reported that hard lockdown introduced in Germany amid a sharp increase in coronavirus infection in mid-December 2020, extended until March 7.

It was also reported that in Germany, the authorities of the large city of Nuremberg declared a state of disaster as a result of a fire at a power plant.

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