Was I going? Or was I staying? But I be excited to get going. Is not alone.At the time of the NHL pause, the Flames were 70 games into the season with a 36 27 7 record and, with 12 games remaining, were just beginning to play some of their best hockey of the year which would have been ideal timing considering that NHL playoffs usually take place in the spring.But they were delivered an abrupt ending to their regular season campaign, and their entire world were flipped upside down.Now, they back and will spend the next few weeks bracing for the Jets, a team they only faced once on Oct. 26 in a 2 1 overtime loss at Mosaic Stadium in the 2019 Heritage Classic outdoor game.were way different, pointed out Flames forward Milan Lucic.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeMore lockdown rules are relaxed in England on Monday, as salons, nail bars and tattoo studios are allowed to reopen.This weekend has already seen the return of outdoor theatre and outdoor swimming pools and water parks.Grassroots sport started to be released from lockdown on Saturday with Cricket the first to get the green light.And from July 25 indoor gyms, dance studios and skating rinks will be able to reopen too.But there is still no date for nightclubs to reopen nor is there a date for indoor theatres to open their doors for good.And there has been no government announcement on indoor play areas, piercing studios, bowling alleys or casinos.Here all the changes that take effect on Monday and all those that are still unclear.Read MoreBeauticians, nail bars, tattooists, spas, massage parlours, physical therapy businesses, body and skin piercing services and tanning salons can reopen from Monday in England.Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden announced “other close contact services” can now also reopen from Monday.But facial treatments, including eyelashes, will not be allowed for the moment.Clients and beauticians will be separated by screens, gloves worn where possible and no food or drink other than water will be allowed.What treatments won be available? The government says the only treatments on offer should be ones that do not involve work in the “highest risk zone” directly in front of the face.That immediately rules out the following:Face waxing Eyelash treatments Make up application Facial treatments Dermarolling Dermaplaning Microblading Electrolysis on the face Eyebrow treatments Facial piercings including nose, tongue, eyebrow and lips What you can do yet Gather in big groups or hug people outside your household There are still limits on seeing family and friends in England.Outdoors, gatherings should consist of no more than either six people or two households, with proper social distancing.Indoors, gatherings should consist of no more than two households again, with proper social distancing.The exception is if you part of two households joined together in an exclusive “support bubble”. If so, you can hug and kiss and are essentially “one household”.This applies in pubs as well as private homes but it is guidance, not the law. The law only prohibits gatherings of more than 30 people..