To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, with reference to the easing of covid-19 restrictions, whether medical aesthetics practitioners are permitted to perform (a) dermal fillers and (b) other non-surgical procedures before 4 July 2020.
To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, when he plans to enable practitioners to administer non-surgical cosmetic interventions; and what guidance he plans to issue on ensuring the safety of those interventions for (a) patients and (b) practitioners during the covid-19 outbreak.
As part of the COVID-19 Recovery strategy, the Government has set up taskforces to work with industry representatives to develop safe ways for businesses to open at the earliest point at which it is safe to do so.
Providers of medical or health services may remain open, including where they offer non-surgical cosmetic procedures for medical purposes. These services should take into account any guidance issued by regulators, the relevant professional body, Chief Professional Officers, and the National Health Service. Practitioners should ensure they have taken the necessary steps to become COVID-19 secure in line with health and safety legislation.