Boris Johnson said England’s rules on face covers should be tightened, encouraging use in limited areas, such as shops. They are now mandatory on public transport, but the prime minister said scientific advice on masks has changed. Speaking at an online question and answer session on Downing Street, he asked people to return to work instead of working from home. Face masks are now mandatory in Scottish shops as well as on public transport, with Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon saying it is an important public health initiative. Clive Myrie presented the film at BBC News with reports from science editor David Shukman and political correspondent Alex Forsyth. Subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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