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Coronavirus: No Botox procedures yet but chiropractic treatments and hospital visits with restrictions allowed from June 2

No Botox procedures will be allowed, but ayurvedic, chiropractic and osteopathic treatments will resume from June 2. Details on the gradual resumption of healthcare services were released by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Friday (May 22). The ministry said the services will gradually resume in phases after the end of the circuit breaker period, in line with the reopening of the economy. The current restrictions on hospital visitors will be slightly eased. From June 2, visitors from up to two households will be allowed to visit loved ones in hospital. However, a maximum of five visitors will be allowed to pre-register and only one person will be able to visit at a time. Hospitals may introduce further measures to space out visits and avoid crowding, said the ministry. In its statement, MOH listed the various services that will resume from June 2, but noted that services which alter appearances but do not cure or ameliorate diseases or illnesses will continue to be deferred. This means no Botox treatments, fillers or thread-lifts.


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