Hairdressers in Kenya have devised a topical new ‘do. It’s called “The Coronavirus,” and its inspiration comes from the spiky structure of the virus itself. The stylish innovation comes as small businesses around the world struggle to stay afloat, amidst lockdowns and economic downturns. In Serbia, a hair salon reopened, as that county relaxed some of its quarantine restrictions. But clients and stylists alike still needed to wear face masks.